The chalices, censers, trays and monstrances date mainly from the 17th and 18th centuries and are all gold- or silver-plated. The oldest and the most valuable of all is the silver censer dating from the 14th century, but you don't see it here as it is kept strictly secure. This is the only sacral object preserved from the times of the Augustinian monks who lived in this monastery before the arrival of the Franciscans from Bosnia.
In the showcases we see canon tables which were used by the faithful and the priests to pray when payer books did not exist yet.
In the central showcase we can see part of the votive gold-plated jewellery given by the faithful as a sign of gratitude to the Mother of God.
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