The following is entirely, 100% hypothetical and not in any way real.
Suppose, for a moment, that upon her death, your grandmother left you all of her inexpensive wall art. Suppose, further, that although your grandmother was not an especially religious woman, she acquired at some point in her life, perhaps as a gift, a piece of sacred art, which (not coincidentally) never appeared on her walls. It would hardly seem fitting to dispose of this piece, because grandmother, but by the same token, it doesn’t seem necessary to preserve this piece in exactly the state in which it never appeared in her home, because yeah. Exactly.
Reusing the piece seems like the best and most obvious solution to this hypothetical dilemma, doesn’t it? Hypothetically?