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METALLIC CILICE 19th century

METALLIC CILICE 19th century

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Rare metal cilice from a former convent, this piece is specifically one of the so-called thigh or armpit pieces, which do not cause injury, but cause marks left by the tips of the utensil.

Traces of use.

PERIOD : Late 19th century
SIZE : 43cm
SIZE : 17"

An example of a cilice from the same period is kept by the Louvre Museum in Paris, see here

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