St Bernard Medal – Patron of mountain climbers and skiers- Antique Reproduction by rosamystica

40,00 USD St Bernard was born around 1020 in France to a worthy family. He became a priest and dedicated his life to transforming and protecting individuals of the Alps. He founded a hospice at the acme in the Pennine Alps where the snow level could reach 40 feet. He and a group of dedicated monks cared for pilgrims who used the unsafe pass to reach Rome. They trained local rounding up dogs to assist in rescuing stranded tourists. These canines are the St Bernard dogs that we know today. The hostel is still open today and is staffed by 35 dedicated monks.

This medal is made from sterling silver and will include a coordinating holy card in an organza gift bag, so it prepares to give as a present to somebody else or yourself. It reveals St Bernard next to his namesake pet dog with skiers and climbers on the mountains in the background. He is flanked by a set of skis. The original of this medal was created by the artist A Augis

< br/ > Size:. Around 1 inches
Material: Sterling silver. Chains are also sterling silver.

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