St. Teresa of the Andes Keepsake Rosary Box

(1 customer review)

$35.00

Juana Fernández Solar took the name of Teresa of Jesus of the Andes when she became a Carmelite nun in 1919.  She was the first Chilean and the first Carmelite outside of Europe to be canonized.  Her Feast Day is April 12th and her Discalced Carmelite feast is July 13th.

This image is also available as a print, prayer card, book mark and note card.

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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
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Additional information

Keepsake Box

black lacquer, mahogany

1 review for St. Teresa of the Andes Keepsake Rosary Box

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    Juanita Woods (verified owner)

    Oh, Teresa, how divinely beautiful your St. Teresa of the Andes is! My sister Rita said you have made her alive, more than her photos! What a wonderful, talented artist you are!
    Thank you for giving us your online store with your art—I just love the Prayer Card, the 5×7 print and the Note Card!

    I just cannot praise your work enough!

    Thank you for giving me my Patron Saint–there is no St. Juanita but St. Teresa of the Andes was baptized Juanita.

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