A fascinating pendant has been designed by Designer Maria Belen Nilson to celebrate Lady of Guadalupe; this pendant can be worn as a brooch as well. Mexicans regard the Guadalupe, The Patron Saint of Americas as their spiritual mother. Nilson has framed Guadalupe’s face in a Tehuana headdress taking cue from Oaxaca’s traditional costume. The brooch is crafted with sterling silver; it features a detailed fretwork over a burnished finish revealing a star and roses. The sterling silver brooch pendant, ‘Lady of Guadalupe Star’ also features a hidden bail for a chain and a pin in .925 rating silver and costs $79.95.
‘Lady Guadalupe’ Art
The neaf artistry in this particular necklace, ‘Virgin of Guadalupe’ pendant exudes an aura of Virgin of Guadalupe in Mexico. According to Rodolfo Carrillo, he would like to feel closer to his inner child. The glass pendant hangs from a suede leather cord and it is priced as low as $24.95.
The appearance of Virgin of Guadalupe surprised Juan Diego. The Virgin of Guadalupe was declared as the Mother of the Americas by Pope John Paul II in 2000, Juan Diego was awarded sainthood in 2002. The panel is carved using a single block of cedar wood by the Montalvo Family; the carving reflects the passion that is evident from its intricate details. One cannot remain aloof by the force of expression in the characters. In Spanish, it is known as “Virgen de Guadalupe frente a Juan Diego”. The metal hook on this cedar relief panel, ‘Virgin of Guadalupe before Juan Diego’ facilitates the hanging of the relief panel. It’s valued at $194.95.
The presence of Our Lady of Guadalupe in the blown glass candleholder, ‘Cobalt Light of Guadalupe’ is revealed in the fashionable design of the candleholder surrounded by cobalt blue light. Our Lady of Guadalupe is known as the Patron Saint of the Americas; worshipped by the Mexicans. She is honored by Gabriel and Rodolfo Lio Jaramillo through the art engraved in blown glass, exclusively crafted by hand. The wrought iron stand adds décor to the candleholder and $54.95 is is monetary worth for the entire candleholder.
The Decoupage tissue box, ‘My Guadalupe’ for $34.95 shows the Virgin of Guadalupe that is linked forever to Mexico is considered as queen of the heavens. She is believed to be standing on moon while holding the stars in her cloak. Her first appearance can be traced back to 1531 when she appeared to Juan Diego; for skeptics the blooming of roses at the site provides ample proof. Pope John Paul II declared her as Patron Saint of America; she is believed to be the expression of the Catholic faith. Ana Maria Gonzalez specializes in creating a colorful tissue box with famous portrait.