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Immaculate Heart of Mary Expandable Bracelet Inspirational Jewelry Adjustable Bangle Catholic Medal Meaningful Gift

Traditional vintage style Italian made Catholic medal on an Expandable Silver Plated Bracelet. Medals were made in Italy with beautiful detailing. Heavy sterling silver plated with antique silver finish. Lead and nickel safe. Bangle Handmade in USA?

Oval medal is Heavy Sterling Silver plated oxidized. 

Inspirational and Meaningful Charm Bracelet Jewelry. 
Medals is 3/4 inch tall.

My bangles are expandable ensuring the perfect fit for every wrist. Each Bangle is made with the Best Quality components to be Durable and Sturdy yet with an Elegant and flowing style. Perfect for collecting and this year's most trendy jewelry accessory! Great individually and super trendy as stackable bangles. 

My original designs allows everyone to have a piece of jewelry which is truly customized with meaningful symbolism.

Stainless Steel Split rings attach charms to bangle making them almost impossible to come off. No more lost charms!!!

Meaningful Charm Bracelet; great gift idea!  This can be sent directly to your intended with your personal message included.

With card prices being so high...Forget sending a card!  Say it with a Charm Bracelet instead!  I will include a note card and gift package free of charge.

Meaning of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Charm

(Sacred Heart of Mary, Sorrowful Heart of Mary)  

The Immaculate Heart of Mary represents the Virgin Mary as “Mother of Sorrows,’ the grieving mother, regarded as a symbol of deep compassion for humanity. 

The heart of Mary is a very old form of Catholic devotion, with many layers of symbolism. Much of the present symbolism of the heart and its attendant devotions are derived from Marian apparitions- appearances of the Virgin in the visions of Saints and devotees. The devotions are traced to St.s Anselm and Bernard of Clairvaux in the eleventh and twelfth centuries, and popularised in the seventeenth century by Saint Jean Eudes.

The Immaculate Heart is almost invariably pictured aflame, ringed with roses or lilies (symbolizing heavenly joy and purity, respectively) The sword piercing the heart illustrates a verse from the Gospel of Luke: “And a sword will go through your heart; so that the secret thoughts of men may come to light” 

heart pierced by seven swords, which represent the “seven sorrows” of the Virgin, symbolize seven sorrowful events described in the New Testament. The seven swords are the emblem of Mater Dolorosa, or the Lady of Sorrows.

 




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