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Weak from hours of questioning and abuse from his jailers, our Lord Jesus Christ was condemned to death by a method usually reserved as a punishment for reviled criminals – crucifixion. Dragged through the streets of Jerusalem, a thorny crown was placed upon his head, mocking those who proclaimed him as the true King. A huge cross, which would be the instrument of his death, was hoisted onto his already gravely wounded back. Accompanied by the sounds of jeering crowds, he bravely bore the tremendous burden. Each step of the journey was a torment, as the Lord slowly and painfully made the way to Golgotha, the Place of the Skull.
The 1st statue in the Passion Collection, The Cross He Bears commemorates in solid silver the Son's ordeal on the way to Golgotha. Sculpted in heart-wrenching detail, the folds and drapes of his robes flow with a sense of movement, while the expression of tension in his face captures our Lord's determination to fulfil his role as our Saviour and the redeemer of our sins. This heirloom quality collectible reflects the faith that Jesus had in God's plan, and reminds us that in order to follow his word, sometimes we must also be willing to give up comfort and bear painful burdens. This hand-finished silver statue stands at 3 inches tall and contains more than 5 Troy ounces of 925 silver, making a wonderful addition to your collection or gift for your cherished ones.
Betrayed by Lucifer, and cast from heaven by God, the Fallen Angels crawl the earth in search of solace. And now Volnus, captivating as a solid silver figurine, is yours to take under your wing.
Introducing The Fallen Angels, From The Silversmith Collection
… And the great dragon was cast out… he was cast out into the earth and his angels were cast out with him. - Revelations 12:7-9
There was once a time, Lucifer was good, with followers who enjoyed peace in Heaven under God. But his deception to God dragged his followers down a path they never expected. Cast asunder with the Devil, they fell to earth - forever known as The Fallen Angels, and now, commemorated in solid silver in the Silversmith Collection.
Volnus – Fallen Angel Statue In Solid Silver
Volnus is the male companion to Artifice, a bronze sculpture created by Paul Ray Effinger that won Best of Show at the 2013 Texas Art Hop. Paul’s full resume is overwhelming. In 2003 he left his 12 year career as a Lead Character Artist in the Gaming Industry to pursue his passion in sculpting and building his own foundry.View full product details
DAVID SLAYS GOLIATH: As the Philistine Goliath moved closer to attack him, David ran quickly toward the battle line to meet him. Reaching into his bag and taking out a stone, he slung it and struck the Philistine on the forehead. The stone sank into his forehead, and he fell facedown on the ground - 1 Samuel 17:48. Bernini’s sculpture perfectly captures this historic moment in time without missing a single moment.
FROM MARBLE TO SILVER SNAPSHOT: The original life size sculpture was completed in a mere 7 months and is still seen today in the Galleria Borghese. Here we see David, seconds away from throwing his stone. This was a trailblazing sculpture, completely interacting with its environment. It introduced a new standard in capturing movement and emotional intensity – a true snapshot. And nothing has been lost in our translation from marble to silver.
3D Master Sculptor Cosmin Morar
Cosmin Morar is not merely a sculptor, nor is he simply a CG and 3D character artist. He is an undisputed master of the craft, expecting nothing but excellence. Morar holds a Masters Degree in Sculpture from the University of Unate Bucharest, where he currently resides. He is highly selective in his projects, and we are fortunate to have him create such a perfect replica of Bernini’s work.
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Carved from the gilded pages of scripture and undoubtedly one of the greatest works of all time, Michelangelo’s Moses is now yours to own in this limited edition .925 solid silver replica.
MICHELANGELO’S MOSES SCULPTED FROM EXODUS 32:1 – 34:29
In 1505 Pope Julius II commissioned Michelangelo Buonarroti to create the tomb where he would finally be laid to rest in 1513. The most prominent feature of this tomb would be an angry, horned Moses.
Our story begins in Exodus 32:1. Having not seen Moses for some time, Aaron declares the Jews cast their gold into a fire to produce a Golden Calf of worship. Finally descending from Mt Sinai, Moses observes this pagan-like activity. And it is told in Exodus 32:19, that the enraged Prophet cast the tablets he was holding from his hands, smashing the 10 Commandments beneath the Mountain.
… Michelangelo captures perfectly the raw emotion of Moses. Eyes darkened and veins throbbing in his arm, left foot poised for action, he grips the tablets in his right hand, ready to shatter.
BUT WHY THE STRANGE HORNS?
After the sin, Moses returns to the Lord and it is there we find the answers to the mysterious horns in Exodus 34:29. “He knew not that his face was horned from the conversation of the Lord." This has come to mean beams of light. Something that was also witnessed by the Jews when Moses returned from the Lord with a new, second set of commandments.
FROM SCRIPTURE, TO TOMB… AND NOW, YOUR COLLECTION
The illustrious 3D artist Cosmin Morar has been commissioned to replicate Michelangelo’s sculpture of this intense biblical story. From flowing beard to steely gaze, not a single detail has been overlooked.
Moses has been cast in silver high in the mountains of Thailand by silversmiths renowned for their rich silversmith ancestry. He comes to you with certificate of authentication, unique serial number and protective case.View full product details