10K MEDIUM OVAL SCAPULAR MEDAL
The scapular (from the Latin word scapul, meaning shoulders) is a dress which covers the shoulders best known among Catholics as the name of two little pieces of cloth worn out of devotion to the Blessed Virgin over the shoulders, under the ordinary garb, and connected by strings. The devotion of the scapular began with the Carmelites. In 1251 the Virgin Mary appeared to Saint Simon Stock and told him: 'Whosoever dies wearing this shall be preserved from eternal flames.' The medal has on one side that image of Mary with the baby Jesus and the other side has the image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
|ALLOY||10k Yellow Gold|