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In this contribution, the accent is focused on the complexities and possible solutions faced by a restorer during the phase of aesthetical presentation of devotional artworks. For this kind of artefacts is not often possible to apply the logic of conservative restauration (Zanardi 2009), which requires a minimum intervention. The devotional aspect is an added value protected by a number of symbolic codes (Argenton 2017) understood by the religious community, for which the artifact was intended.doi:10.37558/gec.v18i1.850 fatcat:4da55gmwefeibe6ettc2qxn2di