Shroud of Turin Reproduction on Authentic Fabric
This new limited-edition half-scale reproduction of the face from the Shroud of Turin is the most authentic we have seen.
The Shroud image is color-matched and printed on actual three-to-one herringbone linen.
The linen is an exact replica of the Shroud of Turin fabric and it was woven by skilled artisans in a small workshop in Italy.
The burn marks on the edge of the cloth are actual burn marks, recalling the damage sustained by the Shroud in the 1532 Chamberly fire.
The fabric is mounted on a backing of soft suede-like material with metal tacks.
The entire piece is enclosed in a handsome and beautifully detailed gold and black frame with finished corners.
The combined effect of authentic linen, burn marks, metal tacks and accurate coloration give this piece the look and feel of a treasured relic.
Available at our store. Each order includes a 4x5" sample of the actual herringbone linen fabric used to create this lovely piece.
For the first time you can see and feel the quality of the linen from which the Shroud of Turin was made.
Antiqued and distressed frame.
Real golden nails attach the fabric to the suede-like back piece.
Exact replica of Shroud of Turin linen fabric, handwoven in Italy. The lovely herringbone weave is clearly visible.
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