Authentic “Widow’s Mite” Coin in a Handmade Sterling Silver Pendant – Made in Jerusalem

$ 380.00

Authentic “Widow’s Mite” Coin Sterling Silver Pendant – Genuine artifact from the time of Jesus.

● Coin from Jesus time.
● Size: 1.2″ / 3 cm (including the bale).
● Total weight: 3.1 Grams.
● 925 sterling silver.
● Certificate of authenticity.
● Made in Jerusalem.

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Embrace a piece of history with the Authentic “Widow’s Mite” Coin Pendant, a treasure that transcends time, directly from the sacred city of Jerusalem. This exquisite piece of ancient coin jewelry is not just an accessory; it’s a fragment of a story that dates back to the era of Jesus, a tangible connection to the past that you can carry close to your heart.

Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the pendant features a genuine Widow’s Mite coin, a symbol of faith and charity that has been preserved for over two millennia. Each coin is encased in a lustrous frame of 925 sterling silver, hand-forged by skilled artisans in Jerusalem, ensuring that your piece is as unique as the history it represents.

Measuring at a delicate size of 1.2″ / 3 cm, including the bale, and weighing a total of 3.1 grams, this pendant is a subtle yet powerful statement. It is a testament to enduring beliefs and the timeless value of generosity. The pendant comes with a certificate of authenticity, providing assurance that you own a genuine artifact from a pivotal moment in religious history.

Choose to pair your pendant with a sterling silver chain available in lengths of 16″, 18″, or 20″, or opt to wear it with a chain of your own, reflecting your personal style. Whether it’s a meaningful gift or a cherished keepsake, the Widow’s Mite Coin Pendant is more than jewelry; it’s a piece of Jerusalem that you can hold, a whisper of ancient tales, and a reminder of the values that have shaped humanity.

Let this ancient coin, set in a handmade sterling silver pendant, be a conversation starter, an heirloom, and a personal emblem of faith and history that you can carry with you every day.

It would have been the coin that Jesus referred to in his parable of the Widow’s Offering in Luke 21.

And He looked up and saw the rich putting their gifts into the treasury, and He saw also a certain poor widow putting in two mites. So He said, “Truly I say to you that this poor widow has put in more than all; for all these out of their abundance have put in offerings for God, but she out of her poverty put in all the livelihood that she had.”
(Luke 21:1-4) 

The coin design on the front is a star, and the back is an anchor. The coin itself was minted only in the area of Judea, and is unique to Israel.

Additional information

Weight 0.02 kg
ISBN: / EAN:

7290116198224

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