Christian art is a term applied to the fine arts and their creations related to Church which serve either to construct or to embellish houses of worship, the homes of the consecrated servants of God, monasteries, convents, the last resting-places of the faithful, etc., or in as much as they beautify the rites and ceremonies of the Church. The unifying theme of Christian art is ultimately the representation of the life and times of Jesus and in some cases the Old Testament. Depictions of saints are also common, especially in Anglicanism, Roman Catholicism, and Eastern Orthodoxy in Christian art.
Statues of wood & ivory, candle stand, altar decorations, offer box, silver monstrinse, chalice, Holy water sprinkler made of silver belongs to 17th century, the lamps and the utensils used in ancient churches, ivory crucifix, altar panels, chandelier and writings from old testament (writings on sheep skin belong to 18th century), Indo- French Bishops chair used during 16th to early 20th centuries from various church of Kerala. Scale with jewish writings made of silver used to turn over the pages of TORAH, the holiest book within Judaism of 17th century, Ciborium, the covered container used In Roman Catholic, Anglican, and related churches to store the consecrated hosts of The Sacrament Of Holy Communion made of silver belongs of 19th Century, Silver Candle Stand ,St. Antony And His 12 Wonders, Wood Panels Of Disciples Of Jesus Christ belongs to 18th Century, Offer Box from a Catholic Church, in Thrissur from 18th Century, Offer Box made Of wood with brass fittings and nail from catholic church Kottayam belongs to 19th Century Tabernacle, the box-like receptacle for the exclusive reservation of the blessed sacrament of consecrated bread and wine which the faithful believe to be the true body and blood of Jesus Christ belongs to 17th Century from Thrissur district of Kerala.