Royal Confraternity Jesús Nazareno
With the aim of taking part in the Sunday of Resurrection’s procession, the Confraternity orders to Mr. Arturo Serra the realisation of the new paso, which would walk for the first time in the Jumilla’s processions in 1998.
Canonically erected in the Santiago’S Main Church.
The anderos wear an adorned burgundy-colour wool tunic embroidered in silver grey silk representing the shield in the chest; in the front the anagram of Jesús, with radiant symbol of His resurrection, sleeves with spirals and sash with the anagrams of the shield detached.
The standard: under design of Mr. José Tévar García, the standard is composed by two bodies: the upper centred in the great medallion painted to the oil about the appearance of the resurrected Christ to His disciples. The lower part focuses an inscription, embroidered in silver “We have recognised you when You have divided the bread”. Both parts unite because of the similarity and relation existing among the vegetal elements of the adornment in all the surface of the piece.
Tunics: a pair of tunics from the end of 19th century, made in exquisite white satin with embroideries in nuanced silks and gold.
Composed by three images, it represents the moment in which Resurrected Christ, sat to the table, with His former friends, to whom He would have found in the way to Emaús, He showed to them in the way of dividing the bread.
Mr Arturo Serra, graduate in Fine Arts in the Faculty in Valencia in 1993. He is the author of the restoration of the Nazarene by Roque López for the Confraternity.
It currently walks in a temporary throne in wood upholstered of maroon velvet, and finished with lace edging of gilded goldsmithing.
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