Cast iron plate crucifixion group, Byzantine Weihbrotschale
Dimensions: Diameter Ø: 38 cm
Weight: 7000 grams
In the original, she is cast in silver and gilded. The original Weihbrotschale dates from the 11th century and is the most important Byzantine Art in the Cathedral of Halberstadt. Konrad von Krosigk brought this on 4 crusade to Halberstadt.
This plate was made in the 80's by the foundry Heinrich Strüder AG, Bendorf. "Sayner hut"
(Now - Rheinische Eisenkunstguss-Museum) made as a wall decoration extra.
The originals of these cast plates are still visible today
in (Rhenish iron casting museum) in Bendorf on the Rhine and other castings of Sayner hut are still evident, for example, in Koblenz on the Ehrenbreitstein in Koblenz-kart home district, in Castle Rock and pride on the Koblenz main cemetery in Bad Hönningen on Arenfels Castle, in the cemeteries of Sayn Bendorf. High flower vases as they were part of the production program of Sayner Cabin, adorn a roundabout between Bendorf and Sayn and the square in front of the castle Sayner. The best known is probably the three-leaf cast-iron fountain which stands at the confluence of Brexstraße in the Abbey Road in Altsayn.