Saint Pierre in carved and polychromed wood represented in majesty.
Saint Peter sits on a throne, With his right hand he makes a gesture of blessing. In his left hand he holds a book and his attribute: the key.
He carries a long tunic falling a broken folds to his feet.
Saint Peter is wearing the papal tiara and wears gloves. It presents a bearded and serene face with expressive eyes.
Late 14th century early 15th century
The pontifical tiara, also called triregne, is a cap with three golden crowns, symbolizing the pope's triple power, spiritual, moral and political (which places him above kings and emperors). It is no longer used as a ceremonial cap since Pope Paul XVI but it still appears officially in the coat of arms of the Holy See and on the flag of the Vatican.