St Anthony of Padua Statue

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Product code: SNT-ANT

St. Anthony of Padua, Anthony also spelled Antony, Italian Sant’Antonio da Padova, original name Fernando Martins de Bulhões, (born 1195, Lisbon, Portugal—died June 13, 1231, Arcella, Verona [Italy]; canonized 1232; feast day June 13), Franciscan friardoctor of the church, and patron of the poor. Padua and Portugal claim him as their patron saint, and he is invoked for the return of lost property.

This beautiful statue is hand made of Olive Wood, the wood of the Holiest Tree in the Holy Land, made by some Christian families in Bethlehem, using the prunes of young olive trees, and the sprouts from the trunks of the old tree. No Tree was damaged or destroyed in the process of harvesting the wood.

This statue makes a unique and great holiday gift for any occasion for your friends and family.

Size H:9 W:2.5 D:2.5 inches


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