Silver metal cross-reliquary with part of a Mamrian oak (1910)

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Silver metal cross-reliquary with part of a Mamrian oak (1910)

The tree under which, according to the Bible, Abraham received God. The Bible reports that “the Lord appeared to him by the oak grove of Mamre, as he sat at the door of his tent in the heat of the day” (Gen. 18:1). Abraham suggested to the three angels who appeared to him in the form of travelers: “rest under this tree” (Gen. 18:4).


There is an Orthodox legend that the death of this tree is one of the signs of the end of the world. The last green leaf on the main trunk of the Mamre oak was observed in April 1996.


Belonged to the Jerusalem Patriarchate of the RCC. Document.

Could be sterling silver, but I don't see any hallmarks.

Weight 2 kg 96 grams.

Size: 50 cm by 36 cm, thickness - 5 cm.

A very solid and heavy reliquary with the ability to hang on the wall.

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