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Mary Magdalene Items > Mary Magdalene Statue
and Miniature Lady of the Labyrinth


Mary Magdalene Statue and Miniature
Lady of the Labyrinth


Mary Magdalene is depicted here holding a chalice. There is confusion in the Christian literature over her true identity and significance, but there seems to be consensus that the historical "Mary of Magdala"
was a devoted disciple of Jesus.

 Present at the Crucifixion and a witness to his resurrection, she is sometimes considered to be the same Mary as Mary of Bethany, a female "sinner," and a symbol of repentance.

Some scholars have suggested Mary Magdalen was a leader in the early Church. Other modern writers have proposed that Mary was the wife of Jesus, possibly traveling with him to Kashmir where they preached and raised a family.

She is presented here as Mary Magdelene, "Lady of the Labyrinth."

  • Materials: Resin ivory substitute

    DISCONTINUED.




Materials: The image for this Mary Magdalene statue figure was sculpted and touched-up in a larger size, then miniaturized. Mission Studios figures are individually cast by hand, each one antiqued and polished to highlight its details. The ivory substitute is a proprietary casting material that is warm to the touch and very durable. Try adding a drop of aromatic oil on the porous backs!



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