Nicho Box

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Sacred Family. Mexican nicho

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Nicho

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Artsy Bits, Assemblage Art, Folk Art, The Heart, Media Assemblage, Ritualistic Decor, Mixed Media, Of The, Day

royalbabitte

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Purepecha Altar Mexico

All about Mary.

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icon ATC by Arte Banale

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Vintage 1954 Pocket Shrine

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Vintage Pocket Shrine Leather Case Scapular Agnus Dei Sacred Heart WW2 Navy

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Vintage 1930's "Pocket Companion" with Catholic Icons

Vintage 1930's "Pocket Companion" with Catholic icons in case

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Simon Psalter; 1290s, Historical Museum, Moscow.

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Gloria Mundi Memorial - Michael Scarpelli

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Our Lady of Guadalupe home shrine eugeniogp: “ Lupita ”

Vintage Home: eugeniogp: Lupita

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@Sarah Berkheimer Lambert the whole board

A Fanciful Twist: A Peek Inside Week: The City House

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Crown of Roses

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“When we resist change, it’s called suffering. But when we can completely let go and not struggle against it, when we can embrace the groundlessness of our situation and relax into it’s dynamic quality, that’s called enlightenment.” ..*

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oratorio afro-brasileiro sec XIX

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Alter, shrine from old clock case.

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Antique Mexican Nicho Altar Shrine Folk Art

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shrine

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Basilica de Guadalupe. Ciudad de Mexico.

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Cempasúchil, Ciudad de Mexico

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Daily offerings thewoodlandwitch.tumblr.com

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Giant Buddha statue inside the Yungang Caves, China (by Mike Dillingham).

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1863. Italian Paper Knife. Made of Gold with enamel in blue and green in a design of interlaced "C"s. Angel in red robes on the hilt by the Firm of Castellani, possibly after a design by Michelangelo Caetani, Duke of Sermoneta (1804–1882).

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Beautiful shrine

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