A rare, if not unique, pulpit, marks the transition from Gothic to Renaissance. Hexagonal in shape, it is composed of panels evoking the form of a chalice, corresponding to the format of Gothic pulpits. Gothic elements also proliferate on the base, fantastic animals, quadrupeds with arched backs and three pinnacles of fine tracery. Elements relating to Renaissance ornamentation can also be found in the bas-relief carving of the panels: classical vases, lobed cups, fantastic birds and cornucopias.
Undocumented information suggests it belonged to S. Francisco Xavier who may therefore have used it to preach his missionary sermons in India.