Brotherhood Nuestra Señora de la Soledad
The Confraternity was born together with the Confraternity Jesús Nazareno, taking part in the processions with the images of the Nazareno by Roque López and the Soledad by Ignacio Vergara, destroyed in 1936. In 1940 it takes part again in the parades with other Dolorosa, until 1944 when the Brotherhood would take part with the new image by Ignacio Pinazo.
Canonically erected in the Santiago’s Main Church.
Black dress, Spanish mantilla and teja.
The standard: white velvet flag, with the Brotherhood’s insignia in silver.
The Crown: imperial crown of Renaissance style, in pure silver and fine gemstones, made in the workshops José David from Valencia in 1954.
The Heart: piece of jewelery in gold and diamonds size cabujón, made in the jewelery workshops Joaquín Gascón from Murcia.
The Cape: of black velvet in gold and gemstones, made in the workshops of Mrs Consuelo Escámez from Cartagena, in 1971.
The Virgen in her Solitude with the hands intertwined, it represents the moment of horrible pain before her dead Son.
It is a work by the religious images carver Ignacio Pinazo Martínez from Valencia in 1944, author of countless works in our city.
Of silvery silversmithing, a work by the Valencian Mr José David from 1963. In 1965 it is ordered to the Valencian silversmith José David, the throne in embossed silver, with a plinth in wrought and openworked silver, with appliqués of chiselled bronze. In 1966 it is completed with the candelabra.
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