Medal of the New Millennium with the image of Our Lady. Gold, diamonds and pearls

Medal of the New Millennium with the image of Our Lady. Gold, diamonds and pearls

Medal of the New Millennium with the image of Our Lady. Gold, diamonds and pearls The medal of the New Millennium is a piece of jewellery in gold and diamonds, inspired by the medal of the rosary of the same name. In the medal’s embossed image, Our Lady is shown in profile in a protective position of one who cares and looks out for us. This “us” can be engraved as a name in the medal’s blank space where Our Lady is looking. The medal also has a gold and pearl chain, with a gold oak leaf charm and a small pearl evoking the tree above which the little shepherds saw Our Lady in Fátima. The medal shows the image of Our Lady from the Chapel of the Apparitions, in Fátima, with the Precious Crown. 12 jewellers and goldsmiths worked on the crown for three months, for a total of around 6,500 working hours. 2,992 precious stones were embedded following a design created by the Leitão house, featuring eight golden half-arches, the heraldic symbol of a queen’s crown. The image of Our Lady of Fátima was crowned on 13th May 1946. Technical specifications: Medal of the New Millennium with the image of Our Lady Weight in gold 800/1000 8,5g* VS, G-H diamonds with a weight of 0.30 ct* 31 ea. Chain of the holmoak Weight in gold 800/1000 7,5g* Pearl Ø 3 mm * 12 units Pearl Ø 2 mm * 1 unit Dimensions Medal: 19 x 23 mm * Chain: 45 cm * Charm: 6 x 13 mm * *Approximate weight and...
Medal of the New Millennium with the image of Our Lady. Gold and Diamond

Medal of the New Millennium with the image of Our Lady. Gold and Diamond

Medal of the New Millennium with the image of Our Lady. Gold and Diamond The medal of the New Millennium comes from the same rosary, and is made of gold. In the medal’s embossed image, Our Lady is shown in profile in a protective position of one who cares and looks out for us. This “us” can be engraved as a name in the medal’s blank space where Our Lady is looking. The medal also has a chain with a gold and diamond oak leaf charm evoking the tree above which the little shepherds saw Our Lady in Fátima. The medal shows the image of Our Lady from the Chapel of the Apparitions, in Fátima, with the Precious Crown. Twelve jewellers and goldsmiths worked on the original crown for three months, for a total of around 6,500 working hours. 2,992 precious stones were embedded following a design created by the Leitão house, featuring eight golden half-arches under a blue orb, commemorating the Queen of Heaven. Technical specifications: Medal of the New Millennium with the image of Our Lady Weight in gold 800/1000 8,5g* Chain of the holmoak Weight in gold 800/1000 5,5g* VS, G-H diamonds with a weight of 0.01 ct* 1 ea. Dimensions Medal: 19 x 22 mm * Chain: 45 cm * Charm: 6 x 13 mm * *Approximate weight and...
Medal of the New Millennium with the image of Our Lady. Silver

Medal of the New Millennium with the image of Our Lady. Silver

Medal of the New Millennium with the image of Our Lady. Silver The medal of the New Millennium comes from the rosary with the same name, and is made of silver, carefully polished by hand. The image of Our Lady is delicately reproduced in profile. In this likeness, Our Lady takes on a protective position of one who cares and looks out for us. This “us” can be engraved as a name or date in the medal’s blank space where the gaze of Our Lady falls. The medal also has a chain with an holmoak leaf charm representing the tree above which the little shepherds saw Our Lady in Fátima. The medal shows the image of Our Lady from the Chapel of the Apparitions, in Fátima, with the Precious Crown. 12 jewellers and goldsmiths worked on the original crown for three months, for a total of around 6,500 working hours. 2,992 precious stones were embedded following a design created by the Leitão house, featuring eight golden half-arches under a blue orb, commemorating the Queen of Heaven. Technical specifications: Medal of the New Millennium with the image of Our Lady Weight in silver 925/1000 7,5g* Chain of the holmoak. Weight in gold 800/1000 7,5g* Dimensions Medal: 22 x 26 mm * Chain: 65 cm * Charm: 6 x 13 mm * *Approximate weight and...
Medal of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fátima. Silver

Medal of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fátima. Silver

Medal of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fátima. Silver The Medal of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fátima, in silver, was made by the Leitão house for the Chapel of the Apparitions in the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fátima, inaugurated in Rio de Janeiro in 2011. The crown of the image of Our Lady of Fátima of Rio de Janeiro is an authorized replica of the Crown of Roses from the Chapel of the Apparitions in Portugal. It is unique because of the diamonds embedded on the bud of each rose. Fátima is a universal phenomenon, and Portugal’s most enduring mark on the world. The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fátima in Rio de Janeiro, inaugurated in the 21st century, expresses the universal nature of the Fátima phenomenon, present in more than 250 sanctuaries spread across five continents. Technical specifications: Medal of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fátima Weight in silver 925/1000 12g* Dimensions Medal: 23 x 29 mm * Chain: 65 cm * Charm: 6 x 13 mm * *Approximate weight and...
Medal and chain of the Crown of Roses. Gold and diamond

Medal and chain of the Crown of Roses. Gold and diamond

Medal and chain of the Crown of Roses. Gold and diamond The “Crown of Roses of Our of Lady Fátima” medal and chain set celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Fátima phenomenon, where the Leitão house has had the privilege of participating from early on. In 1942, the Portuguese people entrusted the Leitão house with thousands of pieces of jewellery to make a queen’s crown for Our Lady. The donations were so generous that a second crown was made, in addition to the Precious Crown. This second “Crown of Roses”, also a queen’s crown, is made of gilded silver. The crown, used in the image of Our Lady every day of the year (except for holidays), features the theme of roses, which commemorates the memory of Saint Elizabeth of Aragon, wife of king Dom Diniz and queen of Portugal at the end of the 14th century, and the legend of the miracle of the roses. The Crown of Roses is carved in the gold and diamond medal, while the gold chain has a charm, also of gold, in the shape of a rose with a diamond in the centre. The Leitão & Irmão house presents the Crown of Our Lady of Fátima Medal. A limited numbered edition in gold and diamonds, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the apparitions at Fátima. With a unique, exclusive design, this historical piece is full of symbolism. Elizabeth of Aragon, wife of king Dom Diniz, was the queen of Portugal at the end of the 14th century. Later canonized Queen St. Elizabeth, she is attributed with the miracle of the roses.  These were difficult...