Ascension Crowned Christian Pendant in Gold Overlay

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Ascension Crowned in Gold Overlay
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Look Up, HE will return. Luke 24:50

In-house Design, Hand Poured & USA Made.

Complimentary Chain & Free Shipping & Tracking on Orders $80+.

Jewelry Pouch & Story Card.

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Ascension Crowned-  Look Up, HE will return.

The Ascension, in the Christian belief, is the ascent of Jesus Christ into heaven on the 40th day after his Resurrection (Luke 24:50). Jesus left the glory of heaven to come live among us and atone for our sins on the cross. He accomplished what He had set out to do and then went back to heaven as an advocate who intercedes on our behalf.  Look Up, HE will return.

The crown symbolizes Jesus Christ being the true King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

The pendant is appropriate for both men and women. It is a nice weight and size for everyday wear, as well as layered wear.

This exclusive Bradley Kellie pendant design was created in-house. The pendants are small batch hand cast (utilizing the lost wax method) and hand-finished. Due to our non-industrial manufacturing process, your piece may contain slight and unique variations from the image shown; no two pendants will look exactly alike. 

A complimentary plated cable chain (available in 18, 20, 22, or 24 inches), with lobster clasp closure, is included in matching gold and attached to the pendant with a pinched gold-filled jump ring.

Material: Bronze in 14K Gold Overlay (available in solid gold by special order, contact us for pricing and timing)

Size: Approximately 1 inch x 1/2 inch

Made In USA Bradley Kellie Faith-Based Christian Jewelry

Bradley Kellie Stoytelling Christian Jewelry is designed to help you share your story, and tell HIS.

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