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Manufacturer: Campbell Brick & Tile Co..


Date of Manufacture: 1875 - 1882.


Type: Inlaid buff clay tile of snadwich construction.


Description: Encaustic tile purported to have been rescued from the Temple Chuch, London after the building was badly damaged on 10th May 1941 during the Blitz. This plaque was originally one of fourteen that told in images the story of the Passion of Christ and which acted as devotional objects and as an aide to prayer. This one represents the 1st Station of the Cross - the betrayal and condemning of Christ. With maker's marks and stabbed holes to rear


Design: Head of the Apostle Judas in red with rope around his neck in a circle of coins and with black foliate corners.


Colours: Terracotta red, black and buff.


Dimensions: 6" x 6" x 1/2" (152 mm x 152 mm x 14 mm)


Condition: Fair to good with nibbles and some surface marks (see photos).

Apostle Judas 1st Station of the Cross Temple Church

SKU: Box023F
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