St. Dymphna Keepsake/Rosary Box

$35.00

St. Dymphna was a 7th century Irish princess. Her mother was a Christian and her father was a Pagan.  Dymphna’s mother brought her up as a Christian.  When her mother died, our saint was but 14 years old. Despite Dymphna’s desire to enter a convent, her father the king, who was suffering from mental illness, evidently wanted to “marry” his own daughter because Dymphna reminded him of his deceased wife. Consequently Dymphna fled to Belgium. The angry king sent his men to pursue her and she was beheaded at fifteen.

St. Dymphna’s Feast Day is May 15.

Also available as a note cardprint, and prayer card.

 

 

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Description

Keepsake Box information
This Keepsake Box is perfect for stylishly storing jewelry & mementos.  It is an especially nice box for a rosary.   This hardwood box showcases a ceramic tile. Spring-loaded hinged lid stays open and snaps closed.

  • Made of solid hardwood with high-gloss lacquer finish
  • Interior is fully lined in velvet; bottom is covered in felt
  • Measures 5.5″x5.5″x2.25″ with a 4.25″x4.25″ ceramic tile
  • Please note: orientation of image seen is for ease of viewing only; design will face the customer on actual product.
  • THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED FOR SALE TO, OR USE BY, CHILDREN 12 YEARS OLD AND YOUNGER
  • IMPORTED

Additional information

Weight 1.1 lbs
Dimensions 5.875 × 5.875 × 2.5 in
Keepsake Box

black lacquer, mahogany

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