Olive wood Holy Land Cross - 14 Stations Holy Land

Olive wood Holy Land Cross - 14 Stations Holy Land

$69.99 Regular Price
$59.00Sale Price
The "14 Stations Cross" is named after the 14 Stations of the Cross of the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem,
the path that Jesus walked on his way to his crucifixion.

This unique cross is made high quality, durable and precious olivewood,
And has great symbolic significance.
It contains four elements from the holy land:
earth, olive leaves, flowers, and incense, all from the Holy Land.

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    The Catholic Wall Cross - Olive Wood 14 Station Wood Cross Crucifix with 4 Lens.

    Height: 28cm / 11"

    Width: 18cm / 7.00"

    "The Cross Of The Fourteen Stations". This olive wood cross is named after the fourteen stations of the Via Dolorosa (the way of the cross). Fourteen individual Olive Wood pieces are joined together to make this cross crucifix. Each piece represents the agony of Christ from judgment to the Crucifixion at Calvary. This Cross comes with a pewter crucifix and 4 Gospel icons that are embedded in the wood. This is a large, heavy, cross crucifix measuring 9 inches long with .75 inch diameter icons. It is fashioned from genuine olive wood by artisans from Bethlehem. The superb high gloss accentuates the beautiful coloring of the olive wood.

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