About this Wholesale 11 Inch Crucifixes with Holy Land Soil | 50 Crucifixes @ $21.80 Each
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Save when ordering in bulk on one of our finest wall crucifixes. From the design of the corpus to the smooth satin finish, this 11-inch olive wood cross with Holy Land Soil is chock full of symbolism and quality. The unique features of this crucifix start with the base tip where a glass container holds Holy Land Soil. A beautiful reminder of the place the Lord was born and lived his life.
Rich in beauty and symbolism, the crucifix is handcrafted with a rustic charm in Bethlehem by Catholic artisans Hani and Johnny Handal. Styled in the Roman-Byzantine influence, we made this cross even more lovely by creating the tips out of 3 pieces of wood to reflect the Holy Trinity. The entire cross is made of 14 pieces of wood to reflect the 14 stations of the cross.
STYLING: This cross style is called a Roman cross, a Byzantine cross, and a 14 Stations cross. It is made from 14 separate pieces of olive wood to commemorate the 14 Stations of the Cross in Jerusalem.
HOLY LAND ARTICLES: The wall cross stands 11" x 7" and is made of genuine olive wood from the Holy Land. The cross includes four glass containers, one in each corner. The glass container features Holy Land soil and stones.
MADE IN BETHLEHEM: Each cross is meticulously handcrafted in biblical Bethlehem by Christian artisan Johnny Handal whose workshop is on Manger Street in biblical Bethlehem, just a few minutes walk from where Jesus Christ our Lord was born.
Each cross comes with a certificate of authenticity and our Holy Land Treasures gift card.
Small quantities can be purchased under SKU HLT111.
Name: 14 Stations of the Cross, Uses 14 individual pieces of Olive Wood!
Size (aprox): 11" Tall x 7" Wide
Approximate Weight: 2 lbs
Material: Olive Wood
Origin: Holy Land, Israel
Timeframes for our bulk wholesale wooden crucifixes are as follows.
(200 or less 4 weeks)
(300 - 500 Crosses - 6 weeks)
(600 - 1000 8 weeks or more - Please call for large orders)