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Olive Wood 'Cross on Shield' Pendant from Jerusalem

$3.95

Olive wood 'Cross on a Shield' necklace from the Holy Land.

Wear a piece of the Holy Land close to your heart. Every necklace holds the message of hope for this world.

Made by Christian artists in the town of Jesus birth, Bethlehem.

Size: 1" / 2.5 cm approx.
Comes with necklace cord.

Made in the Holy Land.

  • Buy 5 for $3.40 each and save 14%
  • Buy 10 for $3.05 each and save 23%
  • Buy 25 for $2.75 each and save 30%
  • Buy 50 for $2.35 each and save 41%
  • Buy 100 for $1.95 each and save 51%

Olive wood 'Cross on a Shield' necklace from the Holy Land.

Wear a piece of the Holy Land close to your heart. Every necklace holds the message of hope for this world.

Made by Christian artists in the town of Jesus birth, Bethlehem.

Size: 1" / 2.5 cm approx.
Comes with necklace cord.

Made in the Holy Land.

These work of art jewelry pieces are made from a natural olive wood slice.

The LORD is my rock and my fortress and my deliverer, My God, my rock, in whom I take refuge; My shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold. (Psalm 18:2)

Comes with presentation gift card certificate of authenticity. 

Shipped to you direct from Jerusalem.

Purchase of olive wood Christian art from this website helps support a dwindling Christian community here in the Holy Land - Thank you!

Please watch this short presentation from Zak about olive wood gifts, the craftsmen and how God uses the olive tree in scripture to impart His message to us.

 

You are welcome to visit us at 24 Christian Quarter Road in the Old City of Jerusalem, Israel.

Our shop specializes in selling antiquities, and we are licensed by the Israel Antiquities Authority as an authorized dealer.

You will also find many other gifts made in Israel on our site, including Roman glass jewelry, olive wood figures, and other unique gifts from the Old City.

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