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Seven Sorrows Product of Easy-to-use Our Lady Carved Wood Religious Orthodox Virgin

Seven Sorrows of Our Lady Orthodox Wood Carved Religious Virgin

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Seven Sorrows of Our Lady Orthodox Wood Carved Religious Virgin

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This Icon is made from the high quality natural solid Oak wood . The Icon’s finest details and it’s sizing are involved computer processing technology with manual tuning and the final details are finished by hand with wood oil-coating.
The Icon on the photo is 8 x 12 x 1.18 inches or 200 x 310 x 30 mm however you have a preference in size from "Select Options" list to the right of the photo.
Manufacturing will take up to 2 weeks!
You could add personal engraving at "Select Options" menu. Artist will be happy to offer it free of charge . Write "no" if you don't need engraving. "br" The icon comes with "b" a detent on the back size "br" Finished icon (when it is made to order) may differ a little from those that you see on the photo in color or wood structure. It depend on the wood, quality of the photo, conditions of photography, your screen brightness etc. "br""b" From Smoke-Free Environment "br""b" DELIVERY to the US takes 14-20 business days, to European countries 7-12 business days (it doesn't include time for manufacturing). Expedited shipping by UPS available
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Seven Sorrows of Our Lady Orthodox Wood Carved Religious Virgin

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