UPDATES: 1) Get as much as P50 off on selected items for our Marian Sale (Sept 11 - Oct 11). 2) We're extending the discounted prices for Santa Monica and San Agustin deovtional necklaces until supplies last.

Nuestra Señora del Carmen de San Sebastian Devotional Necklaces
Nuestra Señora del Carmen de San Sebastian Devotional Necklaces
Nuestra Señora del Carmen de San Sebastian Devotional Necklaces
Nuestra Señora del Carmen de San Sebastian Devotional Necklaces
Nuestra Señora del Carmen de San Sebastian Devotional Necklaces

Nuestra Señora del Carmen de San Sebastian Devotional Necklaces

Regular price
₱220.00
Sale price
₱220.00
Unit price
per 

Bring home a piece of San Sebastian Basilica and wear your devotion to Nuestra Señora del Carmen de San Sebastian (Our Lady of Mt. Carmel of San Sebsatian). This devotional pendant contains a historic photo of Nuestra Señora del Carmen de San Sebastian and a piece of rust from the historic all-metal San Sebastian Basilica. 

All proceeds will help support the Foundation so we can continue to restore the basilica and serve the community .

This product is produced exclusively by GAVDE for the Foundation.


Product Details

The pendant is made of zinc alloy with a glass dome cover that protects the religious image and the rust. The rust was recovered from the church during its ongoing restoration. The item comes with an adjustable chord with a maximum length of 13.5 inches (approximately).

 

For Bulk Orders

We have limited stocks on hand because each piece is handmade to assure the quality of our products. So for orders of 10 or more pieces of this product, please send the following information to savesansebastian.org@gmail.com:

Name:
Contact Number:
Name of Product(s) and Quantity per Product:

Please allow us one (1) to two (2) weeks production time to fulfill your bulk order.


About Nuestra Señora del Carmen de San Sebastian

Nuestra Señora del Carmen de San Sebastián is the oldest Carmelite image in the Philippines. Brought here by Recollect friars in 1618, she was later enshrined in San Sebastian Basilica in Quiapo, where she still stands to this day.