The extraordinarily elaborated inlaid rococo tabernacle with a tin and ivory marquetry captures the motif of the Lord's Last Supper with inlaid architecture. This rare model consists of twelve main drawers, with a pewter rococo ornament inserted into the wood and gilded bronze fittings, and two openable boxes, in central there are nine other small drawers. The interiors of the drawers are newly upholstered. The edges of the tabernacle are lined with masterfully carved stained walnut decoration. Restored.