Saint Thomas More - Mosaic Art|
Thickness: 3/10" ( 8 mm )
Weight: 33.75 (74 Pounds)
Comes on a mesh backing
Mosaic Uses: Floors Walls or Tabletops both Indoor or Outdoor as well as wet places such as showers and Pools.
This is a handmade religious marble mosaic art portraying saint Thomas More, who died in 1535 after refusing to acknowledge King Henry VIII as head of the Church of England. After More became a lawyer, he found himself contemplating another path in life where he joined spiritual activities. He later stood for election to Parliament position, but he did not forget the monks who inspired his practice of the faith. He was declared by the Catholic Church as a saint in 1935. This beautiful piece is fully handcrafted using natural and hand-cut stones.This mosaic can be installed anywhere ideally in religious areas.
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