OUR LADY OF CONSOLATION MEDAL - Gold Filled Medal & Chain - 0038

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Material
Gold Filled

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OUR LADY OF CONSOLATION MEDAL

14KT 

Gold Filled Pendant

This Beautiful 14KT Gold Filled Round medal with Our Lady of Consolation in the middle with a dark matte finish. Simple, yet beautiful medal. 

Starting in the 2nd century, Catholics have given devotion to Mary as Our Lady of Consolation, one of her earliest titles of honor. The title of Our Lady of Consolation, or Mary, Consoler of the Afflicted, comes from the Latin Consolatrix Afflictorum and is the title by which the Blessed Virgin Mary is venerated in Luxembourg.

Made in the USA
Dimensions: 1" x 3/4"


24 inch Gold Plate Heavy Curb Chain


Brand: Bliss

Gold

Filled:

Gold filled, also known as rolled gold is made up of a solid layer of 14 Karat Gold bonded with a base metal, such as brass, on both the front and back of the medal. A t

otal

content of Gold is 1/20 of the weight of the medal.



Lifetime Guarantee:

Bliss Manufacturing stands behind its’ jewelry and honors a lifetime guarantee. Our Medals are sprayed with a lacquer coating to protect the finish. Should any of our medals or chains tarnish or have defects, we will either repair or replace free of charge. Avoid exposing the medals to household cleaners or chlorinated water. These chemicals can damage the medal.