HMH Religious Round St Anne Sterling Silver Necklace - OptionsZoom

HMH Religious Round St Anne Sterling Silver Necklace - Options

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HMH Religious Female Catholic Patron Saint Jewelry

Saint Anne Round Sterling Silver Necklace

Saint Anne round medal-pendant.

Solid .925 sterling silver.

Detail depicts her with her daughter Mary as a child.

Saint Anne is the Patron Saint of housewives, mothers, grandmothers, and women in labor.

Medal is die struck.

Hand polished and engraved by New England Silversmiths.

Dimensions: 0.9-in x 0.7-in(22mm x 18mm)

Weight of medal: 3.3 Grams.

18-in Surgical stainless steel fine curb chain.

Made in USA.

Deluxe velvet gift box and may vary is color.

Medal has a blank back.

Available in Sterling Silver or 14kt Solid Gold with Jump Ring (No Chain). All 14kt gold is Non-Refundable. All Patron Saint 14kt gold medals are made to order for the manufacture and will take 4 to 7 business days to ship.

These beautiful Catholic Patron Saint pendants are made using only the finest grade sterling silver which enables the intricate details to fully show when the antique finish from hand polishing is applied to each medal by New England Silversmiths. Hand engraving is then applied to the medals followed by a layer of protective lacquer to help prevent tarnishing. All items carry a Guarantee from defects in material and workmanship. All Christian patron saint medals comes with a plated chain in a deluxe velour gift box. All HMH Religious jewelry is made in the USA.

St Anne was the mother of the Virgin Mary and the grandmother of Jesus. The name Anne is also known as Ann or Anna; from the Hebrew Hannah meaning grace or favor. Saint Anne is the patron saint of grandparents, carpenters, childless people, homemakers, mothers, seamstresses, stablemen, sterility, lace makers, lost articles, equestrians, lost articles and miners. Saint Anne memorial day/feast day is July 25 (Western Calendar) July 26 (Eastern Calendar).
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