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St. Elizabeth with beggar

Masterfully carved: Discover St Elisabeth with beggar from South Tyrolean woodcarving

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1.637,00 €

Sacred art immortalised in wood

Saint Elisabeth with beggar - Authentic South Tyrolean wood carving



Discover the sublime beauty of 'Saint Elisabeth with beggar', a masterful wooden figure available in your online shop for South Tyrolean wood carvings. This skilful depiction is carefully carved from local wood and hand-painted by local artists to ensure the highest quality and authenticity.

Unique representation in high gothic style and the symbolism of St Elisabeth



Our wooden figure of St Elizabeth with a beggar is a masterful imitation of the High Gothic style. This style is characterised by the precisely worked creases and bowl folds, which give the artwork a special depth and vibrancy. Elizabeth wears an authentic bonnet, as was customary at the time, and hands a much smaller depicted beggar a loaf of bread and a jug of water. This symbolic gesture of mercy lends the figure a moving expressiveness.



Saint Elizabeth of Thuringia is honoured on 19 November. She is known for her tireless care for the poor and sick and is regarded as the patron saint of charity. Her selfless devotion made her one of the most popular saints of the Middle Ages. Our 'St Elizabeth with beggar' wooden figure is a reminder of this inspiring story of charity.

Masterful craftsmanship from South Tyrol in the living room



This exquisite wooden figurine is available in several sizes and designs, so you can choose the perfect version for your home or place of worship. Each figurine is made with the same care and traditional craftsmanship that has made South Tyrolean woodcarvings famous worldwide.



The 'Saint Elisabeth with beggar' wooden figurine is more than just a decorative object. It is an expression of the deepest Christian values and a piece of exquisite craftsmanship from South Tyrol. Order this unique work of art in our online shop now and enrich your home with an extraordinary wood carving that carries history and meaning.


St. Elizabeth with beggar