St. Paschal Plaque

St. Paschal Plaque

#UJ7892 $74.95

A poor shepherd in sixteenth-century Spain before he became a Franciscan lay brother, Paschal Baylon was renowned for his ability to create delicious meals with only a few simple ingredients. His culinary skill, combined with his devout hospitality to visitors even in the face of his own poverty, earned him the title of patron saint of cooks and chefs. Our 8¼"-square St. Paschal Plaque features a bas-relief image of St. Paschal in his kitchen, diligently stirring a pot over the fire as his two "sous-chefs" - a cat and dog - look on. Handcrafted of gypsum, its frame handpainted to look like wood and backed with a sturdy wire hanger, this handsome wall plaque comes ready to add a dash of warmth and charm to your kitchen. Better yet, wrap it up as a thoughtful housewarming or hostess gift for the generous home cook you know. (Made in the U.S.A.)

(UJ7892) St. Paschal Plaque


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