Venerable and Distinguished Brotherhood San Juan Apóstol
It was created in the second half of the 20th century, as one of the sections of the Confraternity Jesús Nazareno, being its president Mr. Roque Molera Rivera it is ordered a statue to the Murcian sculptor Sánchez Araciel for incorporating it to the recently created procession for the evenign of Easter Wednesday, this image was destroyed in the Spanish Civil War. In 1942, under the patronage of the House of the Barón del Solar de Espinosa it is ordered to the Valencian sculptors Román and Salvador a new image which will replace the previous one. This Brotherhood was commonly known as “the white ones”.
Canonically erected in the Santiago’s Main Church.
A veiled-white cloth, with a cross of Jerusalem in red velvet on the breast and the cape, a red silk cord, a red velvet hood.
The standard: on red velvet, embroidered in gold, it appears the central figure of San Juan, the oil of the former standard from the 19th century, coming from the House of the Barón.
on red velvet, embroidered in gold, it appears the central figure of San Juan, the oil of the former standard from the 19th century, coming from the House of the Barón.
The picture represents to one of the most loved disciples by the Master: San Juan, figure who always was present in the Calvary together with Jesus’ Mother.
It is a work by the Valencian sculptors Román and Salvador from 1942.
It is of silvered silversmithing over red-colour bottom, it is formed of a table and a small basket with four eagles, a symbolic evangelical emblem, illuminated by candelabra of six lanterns, a work by the Valencian silversmith Mr. José David, restored in 1993.
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