Confraternity Santo Costado de Cristo
Being president Mr Juan Tomás Fernández, it is ordered to the sculptor Mr José Hernández Navarro the sculptoric group La Aparición de Jesús a María Magdalena, for taking part in the procession of the Sunday of Resurrection in 1993.
Canonically erected in the Santiago’s Main Church.
It represents the moment of the Appearance of Resurrected Christ to Santa María Magdalena.
Mr José Hernández Navarro in 1993
It is ordered to Mr Francisco Sánchez Cárceles from Artesanía Carsa, Yecla. Realised in vaporized beech wood. On it, it carries carved the Confraternity’s shield and floral motives on each lateral rosette. It was made by the carver in 2000.
Of white wool, cape in red velvet with the Confraternity’s emblematic shield embroidered in gold and black hood with golden small tubes’ fringes, the tunic adheres to body with black velvet sash embroidered in gold.
A design by Mr José Tévar. Embroidered in gold on red velvet. In the middle, a painting to oil by Bartolomé Medina, representing Christ in the moment of the Appearance to Santa María Magdalena.