We design, carve, and cast each piece in our workshop in Covington, Louisiana.
We design, carve, and cast each piece in our workshop in Covington, Louisiana.
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Handmade Medal of St. Lucy, Giver of Light, Hope, and Healing; and Patron of Those with Eye Problems and Those Who Treat Them
Handmade Medal of St. Lucy, Giver of Light, Hope, and Healing; and Patron of Those with Eye Problems and Those Who Treat Them
Handmade Medal of St. Lucy, Giver of Light, Hope, and Healing; and Patron of Those with Eye Problems and Those Who Treat Them
Handmade Medal of St. Lucy, Giver of Light, Hope, and Healing; and Patron of Those with Eye Problems and Those Who Treat Them
In the Company of Saints

Handmade Medal of St. Lucy, Giver of Light, Hope, and Healing; and Patron of Those with Eye Problems and Those Who Treat Them

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This is a handmade medal of St. Lucy. I design, carve, and cast the medals myself. The medals are made of lead-free pewter and have designs on both sides. The pendant comes with a jump ring, so it can easily be attached to any chain you have. This listing is for the pendant alone, but it does come with a split ring so it can also be used on a key chain (see photo of packaging). Each medal comes in a felt jewelry pouch with a history card that states:

Lucy (her name is derived from the Latin word for light) died around 304. Over the centuries a series of myths and legends have grown around her. The essence of the legends is this: she was from a Christian family in Syracuse; as a young woman her prayers to St. Agatha cured her mother of a chronic illness. After that miracle, Lucy devoted herself to Christ, something that enraged her fiancé, who denounced her to the Romans. The latter sentenced Lucy to various punishments, including to darkness, but again Lucy, and the light and hope that she cast forth, won out. The core of the message regarding Lucy is thus one of hope, light, and healing. Lucy’s association with light and healing has led to her being the patron of those with eye problems and those who treat them. This tiny medal of Lucy, light emanating from her, was handmade at In the Company of Saints and was cast in lead-free pewter.

Dimensions: .75 inches high x .5 inches wide

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