Early Christian Decorative Arts

Give me a J—give me an E —-an S —a U—–and another S!!!!
What does that spell? JESUS! Sorry just trying to get some pep into these pages!

Early Christian decorative art came in the form of paintings, mosaic tile work, moldings, reliefs, and tableware. The early Christians also became skilled in the trade and distribution of ivory, glass and bronze – which in turn was used for many decorative pieces. Most if not all art pieces and decorative art forms contained some idea of Christianity or to tell a story of religious decree.

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