A fine and rare early 19th century Spanish colonial relicario -- 'Our Lady of the Candle' with the 'Santo Nino' and a crescent moon underfoot. Hand carved and polychrome painted vegetable ivory, also known as 'tagua nut' - from the Phytelephas palm found in the tropical rain forests of Ecuador. Backed in cloth and displayed in the original colonial silver case. Ecuador - circa 1800.
Dimensions: approximately 1.5 inches
Condition: lacking convex glass crystal.
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