Ancient frame of the sixteenth century tabernacle. The architectural stencil has a pointed eardrum and two grooved columns on the sides, overlaid by simple capitals. The plant is enriched by carved elements with leafy motifs and stylized rosellines. Overhanging the eardrum, in addition to the two flames, we find a leaf and fruit carving that runs across the oblique side of the end. In the center there is a missing element, perhaps a rose. The frame comes from central Italy and is made with swallowtail clasps, as by tradition. It measures externally 130 cm for 71 cm and has a light of 70 cm for 41 cm. For more information do not hesitate"