• Sgraffito
    400.00

    Sgraffito

    400.00

    Sgraffito

    This detail on the keyring is found in the Arch of the Church of Santa Monica, Old Goa. Sgraffito is a technique of wall art decoration where a design is scratched out on on a wet lime plastered wall and then exposed surface is filled in with a paste of red soil, charcoal and a binding agent to render it red in colour.
    400.00
  • Cross Lapel Pin – Silverplate over Brass
    400.00

    Cross Lapel Pin – Silverplate over Brass

    400.00

    Cross Lapel Pin – Silverplate over Brass

    Our Cross Lapein Pin is inspired by the Processional cross that is part of the Museum collection. It features ornate trilobate ends and a central disc that depicts the halo tht frames the face of crucified Christ.
    400.00
  • Virgin n Child Detail
    400.00

    Virgin n Child Detail

    400.00

    Virgin n Child Detail

    This image of the Virgin and Child was a preferred representation in the 17th century. The 'Madonna Enthroned' image became common in Europe during Medieval and Renaissance periods. The Virgin in a majestic pose, is seated in an imposing 17th century style throne whose back has a simple design of a half-flower that looks both like a crown and a halo. In her left hand she holds the Child whose right hand is raised in benediction and left hand holds the sphere symbolizing the world. Both mother and child are Indian in aspect.
    400.00
  • Vine Candle Holder
    3,000.00

    Vine Candle Holder

    3,000.00

    Vine Candle Holder

    Our Vine Candle holder is inspired by the beautiful embroideries on the 19th century Tabernacle Veil. This intricately embroidered Indo-Portuguese Silk Tabernacle Veil features elegant branching plant design with symbolic clusters of grapes and wheat ears.
    3,000.00
  • Azulejo dark blue

    Azulejo dark blue

    Azulejo dark blue

    This detail on the earring is of the azulejos with floral designs from the 17th century Church of Santa Monica, Old Goa. Azulejos are glazed ceramic tiles having Islamic influence. They are generating blue and white in colour. The designs of the azulejos were geometric and later evolved to floral and figurative designs.
  • Holy Martyrs of Morocco
    700.00

    Holy Martyrs of Morocco

    700.00

    Holy Martyrs of Morocco

    This painting is of five Franciscan missionaries sent by Saint Francis of Assisi to Morocco, who were beheaded while attempting to convert the Caliph. The depiction of the Martyrs as already basking in the glory of their sacrifice is symbolized by the cross borne by each of them and presented to a richly dressed female penitent, who kneels before a domestic oratory in which a crucifix, open prayer book and skull are visible well known symbols used in the 17th century Vanitas paintings. The painting has an inscription at the bottom whose text helps identify the subject.
    700.00
  • Azulejos
    400.00

    Azulejos

    400.00

    Azulejos

    This detail is of the azulejos with floral designs from the 17th century Church of Santa Monica, Old Goa. Azulejos are glazed ceramic tiles having Islamic influence. They are generating blue and white in colour. The designs of the azulejos were geometric and later evolved to floral and figurative designs.
    400.00
  • Cherub Lapel Pin – Silverplate over Brass
    420.00

    Cherub Lapel Pin – Silverplate over Brass

    420.00

    Cherub Lapel Pin – Silverplate over Brass

    Ceherubs are seen as messengers of God and guardians of humans. These winged celestial figures are often made in gilded wood and extensively depicted in the church altars in Goa. Our Cherub lapel pin is a reproduction of one of three in the Museum's Collection.
    420.00