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Lady of Grace Silver Necklace

Our Lady of Liberty makes an oustanding pendant. Set into an oval shape which sets off the torch in her right hand, the American flag is angled and laid into the background behind her. The cross cut out in the center creates the perfect symbol of faith, love of country and national pride.
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Christian Patriot Lady of Grace
and Cross© Silver Bronze Pendant

1" X 1.60" not including 18" chain- .37 oz.

Cast from a hand-sculpted artisan's model, and glowing with the warmth of jewelers' silver bronze. Includes 18" double-linked necklace with traditional lobster clasp.

Embrace your Christian faith, while celebrating your American heritage
Finest jeweler's-grade bronze
Hypoallergenic (will not irritate sensitive skin)
Will not tarnish
Scratch and abrasion resistant





$54.95

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tablet held by statue of libertyOur Statue of Liberty silver pendant is finely sculpted and carefully cast down to the most delicate details. Although it looks like she is holding a book in her left hand, she is actually holding a tablet that reads, in Roman numerals, "July 4, 1776" the day of America's independence from Britain. The tablet is 23' 7" long, 13' 7" wide, and 2' 0" thick.

In her right hand of course she is holding up the torch to light the world for freedom. Ironically, the torch has been closed to the public since the "Black Tom" explosions in 1916. German agents sabotaged a munitions depot on a nearby island on July 30, 1916, and shrapnel damaged the statue's torch and skirt. Today, members of the National Park Service must scale a 40-foot ladder to tend to the floodlights in the torch.

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