The Mitra Sara Lubrano among the jewels of the Treasure of San Gennaro

The Mitra made by young artisan Neapolitan goldsmith Sara Lubrano exposed in the Treasure Chapel. And 'the only jewel in the exhibition made by a woman.

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His Mitra will 21.611esimo object on display in the Chapel of the Treasure of San Gennaro. His work was considered worthy of becoming part of the Patron Saint joys and is the first work of a deserving woman recognized by the Deputation of becoming part of the inestimable and the famous Treasure of San Gennaro. So he decided the Most Excellent Deputation of the Chapel of the Treasury. Sara Lubrano, 31 year old young Neapolitan jewelry design with the ancient technique of micro wax sculpture lost, has created a precious miter, which incorporates elements of classical iconography: the vials containing the blood of the holy, grape vines, roses, the key of the treasure and the coat of arms of the city of Naples.

Corals, emeralds and rubies frame the word “jesce and let us grace” into a jewel that celebrates the love and link of the artist for his city and for the tradition of the Neapolitan goldsmith. He designed a jewel in his shop-laboratory in Vicoletto Belledonne in Naples, where every day carves the beauty in all its forms goldsmith. “It is an honor to make a jewel to give to my city – declares Lubrano – A busy professional test to enhance the history, identity and passion of an ancient art that I have chosen as a job. A choice that renew every day and that today gratifies me greatly to see my work exhibited in the Treasury Museum of San Gennaro “.

The inclusion of Sarah Lubrano miter among the jewels of the Museum of the Treasure of San Gennaro is a historic event also achieved thanks to the activity of valuations of business and professional women’s talents, goals always pursued by the association EnterprisinGirls (www.enterprisingirls. en) it chaired by the versatile and indefatigable Francesca Vitelli. “Our joy is great – says the president of EnterprisinGirls – because after a long and difficult path taken by the Deputation and the Museum, we have helped to enhance a talent, that of Sara Lubrano, in a symbolically evocative place.”