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Available in 2 sizes

Diameter : 16 mm and 18 mm



925 Italy Sterling Silver


Made in Italy



Come with faux-leather box

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Scapular Medal

  • Each pendant engraved with "925 Italy" to guarantee the quality of the authenticity the uniqueness of their products and continue the tradition of their ancestors. 


    Sterling silver gets the name 925 silver because, for every 925 parts silver, 75 parts of metal are mixed into the composition. Since the 1300s, this has been the quality standard and still is the standard practiced by high-end jewelers.


    Since the 1800s, Italian sterling silver has always been synonymous with high-quality craftsmanship all around the world. Their level of skill, art, and design has been passed down from generation to generation since the Ancient Roman Empire. 


    From 1933 to 1944 and then again in 1968, Italy’s government imposed regulations that made it easy for sellers and consumers to identify the manufacturer of sterling silver. It also included a label of how pure silver was and the name of the maker. While it has been changed since then, their practice shows how high their silver craftsmanship is and how your investment will be worth the price of their silver.




    The scapular becomes a sign of our salvation if we draw close to the Mother of God, open our hearts to the special heavenly graces that she offers and give ourselves to her protection from earthly sin and temptation. “From the moment we receive it, Mary has never ceased to follow us with her maternal gaze, to safeguard within us the life of grace. Each time we are converted and return to God or rise again after falling into sin — be it great or small — each time we increase in grace, all, everything, is effected through Mary’s mediation. The scapular, the little habit, that Our Lady of Mount Carmel offers us, is only the external symbol of her unceasing, maternal care: the symbol but also the sign, the pledge of salvation.… The Blessed Virgin gives the assurance of the supreme grace of final perseverance to all who wear worthily her little habit.” (See “Divine Intimacy,” by Father P. Gabriele of St Mary Magdalene, O.C.D., English translation from seventh Italian edition, 1996, Tan Books.)

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