Infant of Prague Statue
The Infant Jesus of Prague is, in reality, of Spanish origin. In the 17th century, this beautiful statue was brought by a Spanish princess to Bohemia and presented to a Carmelite monastery. For many years, the statue was enshrined on a side altar in the Church of Our Lady of Victory in the city of Prague. It is made of wax, and stands about 19" tall.
The image of the Divine Infant is clothed in a royal mantle, with a beautiful jeweled crown resting on its head. Its right hand is raised in blessing, while its left hand holds a globe of sovereignty. Each piece is highly detailed and comes with a decorated base.