Loaves and Fishes Jerusalem stone pendant
This unique authentic Jerusalem stone pendant is engraved with the Feeding of the 5,000 is also known as the “miracle of the five loaves and two fish”.
The Pendant design is inspired by the the old Mosaic in the Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fish that located at Tabgha, on the northwest shore of the Sea of Galilee in Israel.
The earliest recording of a church commemorating Jesus’ feeding of the five thousand is by the Spanish pilgrim Egeria circa AD 380.
One of the main highlights of the church are its restored 5th century mosaics.
These mosaics are the earliest known examples of figured pavement in Christian art in the Holy Land.
The mosaics in the two transepts depict various wetland birds and plants, with a prominent place given to the lotus flower.
This flower, which is not indigenous to the area, suggests the artist’s use of a Nilotic landscape popular in Roman and early-Byzantine art.
All the other motifs depict plants and animals from the Galilee. The mosaics found in front of the altar depict two fish flanking a basket containing loaves of bread. (from wikipedia)
925 sterling silver
Natural Jerusalem stone
Extra Large – 22mm (0.86 Inch), Large- 19mm (0.63 Inch), Medium- 16mm (0.47 Inch)
Large – 19mm (0.63 Inch)
Extar Large: 5.2 gr, Large: 3.8 gr, Medium: 2.7 gr
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