Brazilian Religious(30 items)
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Joias do Rio Gemstone jewelry
The designers at Joias do Rio find inspiration in nature's true beauty, as well as in the magnificence of Rio de Janeiro.
Brazil's gemstone jewelry is renowned worldwide for the rich detailing that designers apply to... read more
Popular Brazilian Religious
Brazilian Landmark on Hand Painted Blue Jewelry Box, "Azure Christ the Redeemer"$39.99
A blue galaxy of stars surrounds Christ the Redeemer in an original jewelry box by Paulo and Eliana. They find inspiration in one of Brazil's most iconic landmarks, shaping the statue's silhouette with a cluster of hand-painted blue with raised textures. The black wood box features a blue interior with removable panels to be assembled into six compartments.
18k Gold Pendant Christian Mary Circular from Brazil, "The Appeared"$194.99
Brazilian artisan Anna Paula Vivacqua, who began her career as a visual artist, thinks of each piece of jewelry in her collection as tattoos made out of fine metals. She designs this pendant from 18k gold, featuring a simple, triangular design within a circle. Representative of the Virgin Mary from Christian traditions, the symbol is known as "Our Lady of ".
Silver Handcrafted Pendant Necklace with Leather Cord, "Saint Anthony"$67.99
A beloved saint in Brazil, Saint Anthony is said to be the patron saint of lost causes, believed to aid in finding lost objects as well as spouses. Anthony was a hermit of the Benedictine Order. A monk at Froidement in Franche-Comte, France, he lived in a hermitage and was known for his sanctity. Working in sterling silver, Anna Paula Vivacqua depicts the saint cradling the Christ child. The beautiful pendant is worn on a brown leather cord that ties around the neck.
.925 Sterling silver
Christ the Redeemer Commemorative Sculpture, "Redeemer of the Day"$214.99
Working in black resin, Urubatan creates his interpretation of the statue of Christ the Redeemer. Standing tall above Rio de Janeiro, the image embraces all with arms wide open. The symbol on the chest is that of International Youth Day — a heart enclosing the image itself with a cross beside it. "This commemorates an important event for the Catholic church," the Brazilian artist explains. "Pope Francis came specifically to Rio de Janeiro in July of 2013 to participate in this great international event."