Maranatha Lab “Chrismon” ring (art. 2810)
Maranatha Lab’s “Chrismon” ring is a precious bishop’s article made of gilded silver.
The a inthe bishop is, together with the pectoral cross and the pastoral, one of the episcopal insignia given to the bishop during the celebration of episcopal ordination. It can be made of silver or gold and represents the bishop’s fidelity to his diocese and, more generally, to the Church of Christ.
The “Chrismon” ring is a precious object of sacred oreficieria made of silver with a golden finish and is decorated with a refined chiseling handmade on the back and on the front a cantilevered decoration of the monogram of Cristo Chi-Rho.
Chiseling is a processing that is generally carried out on precious metals; it consists in the cold plastic deformation of the metal performed with the chisel. It produces a detecting process, made with engravings and changes.
The “Chrismon” ring is a personalized object of high liturgical craftsmanship produced in Italy by Maranatha Lab, an Italian laboratory of sacred vestments and liturgical furnishings in which originality, quality of raw materials and craftsmanship excellence give life to handmade objects and packages of the highest quality.
Maranatha Lab is a Lucanian liturgical laboratory. It is the result of a combination of traditional heritage of artisan techniques and design innovation, as well as a place of synergies and artistic and creativecollaborations.
Maranatha Lab’s sacred silvers all have the singularity of being identified with custom names.
This is an artisan product of quality and quality made in Italy.
The bishop’s ring is available in a single size.
- gilded silver
- chiseled by hand
- Chrismon monogram
- made in Italy