With 2000-year-old Roman Glass on one side and an authenticated Roman mite on the other, this pendant is a unique treasure and makes for a gift with significance and deep meaning.
"And there came a certain poor widow, and she threw in two mites..."
Perfect for the woman in your life who literally "giveth all she hath."
Size: 1/2" Diameter
Metal: 925 Sterling Silver
Mite: Authentic Jewish Bronze Coin
Glass: 2000-Year-Old Excavated Roman Glass
Origin: Made in Israel
Roman Bronze Coin
We know that the vast majority of bronze coins circulating in Jerusalem in the lifetime of Jesus were the Jewish leptons of prutot, minted from the time of the Maccabean kings, until Pontius Pilate. Any small, Jewish, bronze coin struck before the crucifixion can be legitimately called a “widow’s mite.” Certificate of Authenticity included. Reverse Side is 2000-year-old Roman Glass excavated in Jerusalem
Bringing History to Life
Roman Glass Jewelry is made of 2000-year-old Roman glass that has been excavated from sites around Israel and brought back to life as heirloom-quality jewelry. Each piece is a unique and distinctive treasure. The glass is set by hand in the finest sterling silver.
Made in Israel.
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