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Small St. Richard Medal Necklace

Small St. Richard Medal Necklace

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The oval medal on this St. Richard necklace is crafted from the finest sterling silver and measures 7/8" high x 5/8" wide. St. Richard was educated at Oxford and, afterwards, taught there, in Paris, and in Bologna. He stood out for his expertise on Canon Law. Eventually, he decided to become a priest and studied with the Dominicans in France. Always a vegetarian, he later was elected as the Bishop of Chichester in 1244. His feast day is April 3. The St. Richard medal necklace comes with a 20" stainless steel endless chain that is rhodium plated. The 20" chain is designed to slip over the head and fits most boys aged over 10 years.

The front of this handsome St. Richard medal on the necklace depicts him in a bishop's attire holding a crosier and chalice. The back of the medal is blank giving you an opportunity to have a date or message engraved. We offer personalized engraving for $9.95. This service includes up to 3 lines of engraving with up to 10 characters on each line (including spaces and punctuation). See below to add engraving to your order and type in your desired engraving text. The St. Richard medal necklace makes a great personalized gift for Confirmation, First Communion or other special occasions.

Small St. Richard Medal Necklace: Sterling silver 7/8"H x 5/8"W medal with 20" stainless steel chain; Gift boxed

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