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St. Elizabeth of Hungary Figurine

Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, who is the patron saint of bakers, brides, hospitals, and more, is beautifully presented in this little statue. Rich color and delicate details are combined here. Since this figurine is nice and small, it is very easy to transport and to display. Patrons & Protectors…

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$15.95

St. Elizabeth Seton Italian Statue, 8 inches [Multi-Colored]

This beautiful St. Elizabeth Seton statue was delicately handcrafted by a family of artisans in the hills outside of Lucca, Italy.  Born in 1774, Elizabeth Bayley grew up in a well-to-do Protestant family and seemed destined for a tranquil life. At age 19 she married William Seton and together…

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$39.95

St Elizabeth Of Hungary Statue

…fiberglass resin, a durable polymer with the look and feel of ceramic. Resin statues feature finer detail and greater strength than other materials. It is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. St Elizabeth Of Hungary Statue Antique Stone Finish Made with Fiberglass Resin 10Wx9Dx25H Made in USA…

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$145.95

St. Elizabeth Seton Statue, 12 inches [Multi-Colored]

This beautiful statue of Elizabeth Seton was delicately handcrafted in the hills outside of Lucca, Italy. Born in 1774, Elizabeth Bayley grew up in a well-to-do Protestant family and seemed destined for a tranquil life. At age 19 she married William Seton and together they had five children. Tragedy…

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$62.95
St. Elizabeth Seton Statue

St. Elizabeth Seton Statue

…beautiful statue of Saint Elizabeth Seton is handcrafted by a family of artisans in the hills outside of Luca, Italy. St. Elizabeth Seton is made of a resin, stone and measure either 9 or 12 inches high. The statue is hand painted with beautiful attention to detail. The St. Elizabeth Seton Statue

12 Plants Named for Our Lady and Their Pious Legends

…Columbines were originally called ‘Our Lady’s Shoes’.  These flowers are said to have sprung up along Mary’s path on her way to visit her cousin Elizabeth following the Annunciation. * Bluebells were originally called ‘Our Lady’s Thimbles’ to honor Mary’s motherly housework as she made the clothes…

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