This rare 19th-century Mexican folk retablo represents San Cayetano, depicted here with all of his attributes. San Cayetano is the patron saint of gamblers, the unemployed, bankers, and workers. He is petitioned in Mexico to bring money and luck for those who bet. His ornamented chain and belt are references to his rejection of wealth. Other symbols include the cross, the crown of roses (a symbol of martyrdom), and white lilies (a symbol of purity).
Displayed in the original 19th century Mexican tin frame.
Dimensions: retablo measures 14 inches x 10 inches. Frame measures 17 inches x 13 inches.
Condition: in good, original condition.
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