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LESLIE BOULES Virgen de Guadalupe Medal Necklace for Women 18K Gold Plated Chain

LESLIE BOULES Virgen de Guadalupe Medal Necklace for Women 18K Gold Plated Chain

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Color: Gold


  • Stunning and intricate design featuring a colorful image of the Virgin of Guadalupe
  • High-quality, 18K gold plated chain that adds a touch of elegance to any outfit
  • Durable and long-lasting construction that is perfect for everyday wear
  • 17.5 inch chain length that is adjustable to fit a variety of neck sizes
  • Makes a beautiful gift for birthdays, anniversaries, or any special occasion
  • It is carefully shipped in a beautiful organza pouch, bubble wrapped and well protected.

Details: Leslie Boules is a brand that is born from the desire to create new jewelry accessories that accompany us daily, make us look fashionable and elevate our spirit, our models are made with passion because we like and use what we do, quality and excellence are our guides and we are sure that we are the best value price option. We invite you to buy and use Fashion Jewelry by Leslie Boules. Delicate 18k Gold Plated Chain, with a Gold Plated Our Lady of Guadalupe Oval shape pendant. Elegant, petite and sweet. A minimalist , everyday necklace that goes with anything, This necklace is designed to be worn all day. DETAILS: Necklace length: 17.5" / 45.00 cm High quality Gold Filled Pendant Virgin Mary pendant diameter: 0.7 " Inches long About Our Lady of Guadalupe: On the morning of December 9, 1531, a native American peasant named Juan Diego saw a vision of a maiden at a place called the Hill of Tepeyac, which would become part of Villa de Guadalupe, a suburb of Mexico City. Speaking to him in his native Nahuatl language (the language of the Aztec empire), the maiden identified herself as the Virgin Mary, "mother of the very true deity"[ and asked for a church to be built at that site in her honor. Historically the devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe did not lack clerical opponents within Mexico, especially in the early years, and in more recent times some Catholic scholars, and even a former abbot of the basilica, Monsignor Guillermo Schulenburg, have openly doubted the historical existence of Juan Diego. Nonetheless, Juan Diego was canonized in 2002, under the name Saint Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin. Each item is carefully shipped in an organza pouch, bubble wrapped and well protected. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

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