Chain with holmoak leaf charm. Gold and pearls

Chain with holmoak leaf charm. Gold and pearls

Chain with holmoak leaf charm. Gold and pearls As part of the apparitions’ 100th anniversary celebrations, Casa Leitão created a gold and pearl chain with a small charm, also of gold, in the shape of an oak leaf, enhanced by a pearl. The chain evokes the oak tree above which the little shepherds saw Our Lady in Fátima. In the oak leaf, the tree, symbolizing the link between heaven and earth since ancient times. In the gold, the sun. In the pearl, the morning dew. Technical specifications: Chain with holmoak leaf charm Weight in gold 800/1000 7,5g* Pearl Ø 3 mm * 12 units Pearl Ø 2 mm * 1 unit Dimensions Chain: 45 cm * Charm: 6 x 13 mm * *Approximate weight and...
Chain with holmoak leaf charm. Gold and diamond

Chain with holmoak leaf charm. Gold and diamond

Chain with holmoak leaf charm. Gold and diamond As part of the apparitions’ 100th anniversary celebrations, the Leitão house created a gold chain with a small charm, also of gold, in the shape of an holmoak leaf, enhanced by the shine of a diamond. The chain evokes the holmoak tree above which the little shepherds saw Our Lady in Fátima. In the holmoak leaf, the tree, symbolizing the link between heaven and earth since ancient times. In the gold, the sun. In the diamond, the sparkle. Technical specifications: Chain with holmoak leaf charm Weight in gold 800/1000 7,5g* VS, G-H diamonds with a weight of 0.13 ct* 8 ea. Dimensions Chain: 45 cm * Charm: 6 x 13 mm * *Approximate weight and...
Chain with holmoak leaf charm. Gold

Chain with holmoak leaf charm. Gold

Chain with holmoak leaf charm. Gold As part of the apparitions’ 100th anniversary celebrations, the Leitão house created a gold chain with a small charm, also of gold, in the shape of an oak leaf. The chain evokes the oak tree above which the little shepherds saw Our Lady in Fátima. In the holmoak leaf, the tree, symbolizing the link between heaven and earth since ancient times. In the gold, the sun. Technical specifications: Chain with holmoak leaf charm Weight in gold 800/1000 5,85g* Dimensions Chain: 45 cm * Charm: 6 x 13 mm * *Approximate weight and...
Chain with holmoak leaf charm. Silver

Chain with holmoak leaf charm. Silver

Chain with holmoak leaf charm. Silver Integrated in the commemorative “100 Years of Fátima” work, the Leitão house created a silver chain with a small charm in the shape of an holmoak leaf. The set subtly evokes the holmoak tree above which the little shepherds describe the vision of Our Lady in Fátima. The symbolism of the tree as a link between heaven and earth is a common thread throughout human history. The transcendental phenomenon of the apparitions at Fátima above an holmoak tree is also part of this symbolism. Technical specifications: Chain with holmoak leaf charm Weight in silver 925/1000 7,5g* Dimensions Chain: 65 cm * Charm: 6 x 13 mm * *Approximate weight and...
Chain with Crown of Roses charm. Gold and diamond

Chain with Crown of Roses charm. Gold and diamond

Chain with Crown of Roses charm. Gold and diamond Inspired by the Crown of Roses from the image of Our Lady of Fátima of the Chapel of the Apparitions, manufactured by the Leitão house in 1942. This gold chain features a charm with a rose, also in gold, where a diamond dewdrop shines in its centre. Crown of Roses In 1942, the Portuguese people entrusted the Leitão house with many hundreds of pieces of jewellery to make a queen’s crown for Our Lady. The generosity of the donations was such that a second crown was made, in addition to the Precious Crown. This crown, also a queen’s crown, is made of gilded silver and decorated with chiselled roses. The crown is on the image of the chapel every day of the year, except for major holidays, when the Precious Crown is used instead. The theme of roses, chiselled on the crown, also hearkens back to the memory of Elizabeth of Aragon (wife of king Dom Dinis, queen of Portugal and later Queen St. Elizabeth) and the miracle of the roses. Elizabeth of Aragon, wife of king Dom Dinis and queen of Portugal in the late 14th century, was canonized Queen St. Elizabeth. These were difficult times in the Kingdom of Portugal, when the queen would leave the palace to hand out bread to the poor. When the king confronted her on one of these outings, asking her what she was carrying, she answered: “Roses, my lord”. She unfolded her dress, and the hidden bread appeared as roses. Technical specifications: Chain with Crown of Roses charm Weight in gold 800/1000...