Bliss Mfg 14kt Gold St Luke the Apostle Doctor/Physician Saint Medal PendantZoom

Bliss Mfg 14kt Gold St Luke the Apostle Doctor/Physician Saint Medal Pendant

Bliss Mfg 14kt Gold St Luke the Apostle Doctor/Physician Saint Medal Pendant
Item# 7068KT8
$1,058.99
Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days
Bliss Manufacturing Catholic 14kt Gold Patron Saint Religious Medal Jewelry

These beautiful patron saint, protector, pope and namesake jewelry comes in different sizes and can be personalized for that special someone. Each Christian religious medal is made in the USA and comes in a deluxe gift box. This patron saint medals are available in Sterling Silver, Pewter, Silver-filled, 14kt Gold-Filled or 14kt Gold. These medals make wonderful gifts for Communion, Confirmation, birthdays, graduations, and many other special occasions.

Available in Solid 14kt yellow gold, 14kt white gold and 18kt gold.

No Chain for 14kt Gold. If you need a chain please choose options.

Available Sizes: Large 1 x 3/4 - Medium 3/4 x 1/2

Please choose medal size and chain.

Deluxe Gift Box

Chain Options for Bliss Medals and Jewelry.

Bliss Manufacturing, a more than 100-year-old, family-owned company, makes all of its jewelry in the U.S.A. And because we make all of our jewelry, we are adding new designs daily, especially Patron Saint medals. We currently offer more than 450 different Patron Saint medals.

Our jewelry is die-struck, the same way the U.S. Mint makes coins, which produces rich detail. Each Bliss medal carries a Lifetime Warranty. If for whatever reason a Bliss medal shall become tarnished, Bliss will either re-finish or replace the medal free of charge.

St. Luke the Apostle wrote the Gospel According to Luke, based largely on the influence of Saint Paul, and the Acts of the Apostles, a history of the early church. It is said that he was a painter, but his works have never been correctly attributed to him. St Luke is the patron saint for artists, butchers, doctors, glass industry, goldsmiths, jewelers, notaries, painters, physicians, sculptors, and surgeons. Memorial: October 18.
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