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Rare oval-shaped reliquary frame with black frame, golden fabric background decorated with quills, surrounded by a circle of gilded brass, housing an engraving of the sacred heart and six relics identified in Latin as:

Very beautiful convent work

St John the Baptist. - Saint John Baptist de la Salle
S. Fortuné, - Saint Fortuné
St. F. de Sales. - Saint Francis of Sales
Ste Germainse - Saint Germaine Cousin known as Saint Germaine de Pibrac
S Charles Bor. - Saint Charles Borromeo
V of the Holy Virgin - Holy Veil of the Virgin Mary

On the back a label: " The relics contained in this reliquary are very authentic. Monastery of the visitation of Sainte Marie de Toulouse "

With its original glass.

PERIOD : 19th century.
DIMENSION : 15.5cm X 14cm
SIZE : 6.1" X 5.5"

The Monastery of the Visitation Sainte-Marie de Toulouse is a convent of the Order of the Visitation located in the city of Toulouse, France. This religious order was founded in 1610 by Saint François de Sales and Saint Jeanne de Chantal. The primary goal of this order is to live a contemplative life and engage in prayer, while welcoming visitors and serving the community.
The Visitation Monastery of Toulouse has a long history and has played an important role in the spiritual life of the region. The Sisters of the Visitation lead a life of prayer, silence and retirement, devoted to the contemplation of God. They are also known for their warm welcome to people seeking spirituality and inner peace.

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