14 mm, 18 mm
This medal represents the painting in oil on table “The Virgo of the Divine Love” (140×109 cms) of Rafael Sanzio and his helps, datable among 1516 and 1518 and preserved in the national Museum of Capodimonte in Naples.
14 mm, 18 mm
• Material: Gold 18 KT
• Diameter: 14 mm
14 mmGold 18 KTMedal.
This medal depicts an engraving in relief of Our Lady during the apparitions of Fatima, crowned with a halo composed of 12 stars, surrounded by the four shepherds in prayer.
Among the Marian apparitions, those relating to Our Lady of Fatima are among the most famous. According to their story, three shepherd children, siblings Francisco and Jacinta Marto (9:07 years) and their cousin Lucia dos Santos (10 years), 13 May 1917, and were careful grazing in places Cova da Iria (Basin Iria), near the Portuguese town of Fatima reported seeing a cloud and down, as it dispersed, appears the figure of a woman dressed in white holding a rosary, which identified with the Virgin Mary. After this first appearance she would have made ??an appointment with children for the 13th of the following month, and so for 5 meetings from 13 May until 13 October.
• Material: Silver 925
• Diameter: 18 mm
18 mmSilver 925Medal.
This medal depicts an engraving in relief image of Our Lady of Lourdes.
Represents the Virgin Mary standing in the cave in which she appeared near the French town of Lourdes. Kneeling in front of her there is Bernadette Soubirous, a peasant girl who received the apparitions.
The story goes that the Virgin Mary appeared 18 times to Bernadette, dressed in white with a blue sash as a belt and a rosary in her hands. This image became iconographic and widely used to represent the Virgin Mary.
During the ninth apparition Mary asked Bernadette to dig a hole, and there gushed forth a spring of water that still feeds the pools and fountains of the Sanctuary of Lourdes, with miraculous healing powers.
During the sixteenth apparition, the Lady revealed to Bernadette who was constantly asking her, revealing himself as “I am the Immaculate Conception.”
This medal represents the work of Phillip Lippi “Madonna with her Child and angels”, said “Lippina”, a work in temper on table (92×63 ,5 cms), datable to 1465 and preserved in the Uffizi in Florence.