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Item № A700.106.6
Origin: Italy, c. 1949
Italian vintage pendant with hand painted vitreous enamel and silver surround. Oval Communion Medal of Mary with a blue veil. Beautiful, fine detail and in great condition for its age. Verso of the medal is blank. See images for detail and craftsmanship. Height of medal is .5 inches, width is .4 inches. This medal is one of six in a collection including St. Anthony of Padua (1); St. Thérèse of Lisieux (2), Raphael Angel (3); Mary with Halo (4); and Mary, Our Lady Queen of Angels (5). Choose from three silver chain lengths: 16", 18", and 20 inch. Chain is coated with rhodium to prevent any tarnishing.
Trésors blue are tiny pieces of art and devotion. Also known as "Médailles De Pelerinage" or "Medals of Pilgrimage," these little medals have had voyages from another generation, another life, another country. Blue is the sacred color of Mary, representing truth, hope, and faith since 200 AD. People of faith still undertake pilgrimages as a way of deepening their religious devotion, seeking miracles, spiritual healing, forgiveness, or for the journey itself. The experience is not solely about reaching the end, it is about what is endured, enjoyed, and learned along the way.
All trésors bleu are pre-packaged for gifting, and shipping is free within the U.S. Note that vitreous enamel, despite this medals age, is a form of glass, and can be shattered upon dropping or impact with a hard object. Please remove before showering or exposing to chemicals to prolong its life.
Complimentary Gift Boxing is included on all Trésor Bleu Orders. A reusable box, tied off with a white grosgrain ribbon. An information sheet of known origin, date and authenticity is included with every order. Trésors Bleu are meant to be gifted, even to yourself. A complimentary gift box is included with every order. Shipping within the U.S. is free with all orders. Trésor Bleu ships worldwide.
Italian Hand-Painted Communion Medal Mary in Bleu (6 of 6) c. 1949