NECKLACE - 'MIRACULOUS MEDAL' (12MM) 925 STERLING SILVER PENDANT (S/S CHAIN) S107
Named 'MIRACULOUS MEDAL (12MM)' - This MIRACULOUS MEDAL, is a devotional medal, the design of which was originated by Saint Catherine Laboure following her apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Rue du Bac, Paris, France...
a) A 925 STERLING SILVER MIRACULOUS MEDAL Pendant measuring 1.3 cm X 1.0 cm X 0.1 cm thick; the front of the MEDAL features the traditional Miraculous Medal Design of the figure of the Virgin Mary, standing upon a globe and crushes a serpent beneath her feet, with light shining from rings on her fingers symbolising the graces she sheds upon those who ask for them. The front also bears an oval frame around Mary engraved with "O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee" in Latin. (Regina sine labe originali concepta O.P.N )
b) On the reverse side of the pendant, a cross-and-bar surmounts a large, bold "M". 12 stars disperse around the perimeter. Two hearts are depicted underneath the "M", the left lapped with a crown of thorns, the right skewed by a sword. From each, a flame emanates from the top.
c) C/w a matching 45 cm length of Stainless Steel chain.
The material Stainless Steel is a great alternative to Sterling Silver as unlike Silver, it does not corrode nor is it susceptible to scratches, dings or dents. Stainless Steel is also most suitable for people who have skin reactions to other types of metals.
d) Comes with state-of-the-art H&W elongated Black gift box c/w a crystal on its cover + a give-away of our very own special limited edition of H&W Designer's Bookmark based on BIBLE SCRIPTURE VERSE while stock lasts.
"O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee."
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