St Luke the Apostle Medium Patron Saint Sterling Silver Medal by BlissZoom

St Luke the Apostle Medium Patron Saint Sterling Silver Medal by Bliss

St Luke the Apostle Medium Patron Saint Sterling Silver Medal by Bliss
Item# 8068RDSS-18S
$49.99
Engraved on back ($25.00):
Availability: Usually ships in 3-4 business days
Bliss Catholic Religious Medals and Jewelry

St Luke the Apostle Round Medal Necklace

Measures: 3/4"

Deluxe Gift Box

Engraving on large & medium size medals, ONLY.

Engraving. Engraving is available up to 3 lines 12 Letters each on 8000 Series medium medals. Available Type Fonts: Roman, Helvetica, Script, Monogram, & Monogram Circle. Monogram Fonts are limited to three letters.

The back of all medals will be blank before engraving. Add words to be engraved in the box on this page and if you are using letter accent in your words please also add inscription at checkout in comments box. If your item(s) is engraved and/or personalized, the order is considered a final sale. So please double check your inscription to be engraved before you place the order. All orders that require engraving usually take 1-5 days to ship after the order is received.

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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