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Guadalupe Auspice Enamel Pin

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Guadalupe Auspice Enamel Pin

Sold By Elizabeth Alexander

The Guadalupe Auspice Pin is deep bright blue to represent her mantle and is finished in rose gold to reflect the rose colored dress that she wore underneath. The multi-colored roses underneath the Auspice hearken back to the roses that Juan Diego had gathered on Tepeyac Hill. Pins can be worn on jackets, purse straps, and backpacks as a joyful little reminder that your Mother is always close!

$10.00

Description

Our Lady of Guadalupe is much revered and popular apparition of the Virgin Mary that goes back to the 16th century. Below is a brief account of that apparition.

A poor Indian named Cuauhtlatohuac was baptized and given the name Juan Diego. He was a 57-year-old widower, and lived in a small village near Mexico City. On Saturday morning December 9, 1531, he was on his way to a nearby barrio to attend Mass in honor of Our Lady.

Juan was walking by a hill called Tepeyac when he heard beautiful music like the warbling of birds. A radiant cloud appeared, and within it stood an Indian maiden dressed like an Aztec princess. The lady spoke to him in his own language and sent him to the bishop of Mexico, a Franciscan named Juan de Zumarraga. The bishop was to build a chapel in the place where the lady appeared.

Eventually the bishop told Juan to have the lady give him a sign. About this same time Juan’s uncle became seriously ill. This led poor Juan to try to avoid the lady. Nevertheless the lady found Juan, assured him that his uncle would recover, and provided roses for Juan to carry to the bishop in his cape or tilma.

On December 12, when Juan Diego opened his tilma in the bishop’s presence, the roses fell to the ground, and the bishop sank to his knees. On the tilma where the roses had been appeared an image of Mary exactly as she had appeared at the hill of Tepeyac.

 

Auspice Pin:

This Pin is deep bright blue to represent her mantle and is finished in rose gold to reflect the rose colored dress that she wore underneath. the multi colored roses underneath the Auspice hearken back to the roses that Juan Diego had gathered on Tepeyac Hill.

 

Rubber Back Clasp- A black rubber backing that uses pressure to keep the pin in place and is more comfortable against skin. Ideal for hats and jackets.

 

Tie Lock Clasp- A metal clasp that uses a locking mechanism to keep the pin in place. It is much more durable and ideal for things that may see rougher wear. Great for backpacks, diaperbags, and bag straps. This option comes with the rubber back clasp as well.

 

 

Patronness of:

-Mexico

-The Americas

 

 

10% of the proceeds for this pin will be donated to Guadalupe Workers 501(c)3 non- profit organization that offers diverse support for mothers with unplanned pregnancies. You can check out all their good work at https://guadalupeworkers.org/

 

**Flower and Fox pin pictured are from another Pin Artist- ShopShoal and are used for styling purposes and to help represent the true-to-life color of the pin.

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Shipping Policy

Products are shipped in bubble mailers that add another layer of protection during shipment. Broken posts due to handling of carries is not the shop's responsibility- but if you discover this issue, please don't hesitate to contact me and we will sort something out.


 

Refund Policy

I accept refunds within 30 days of purchase if you are not satisfied with your product. Customers are responsible for the cost of shipping the product back and will receive a full refund of their purchase.

Additional information

Weight1 oz
Dimensions1 × 1 × 1 in

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  • Store Name: AuspiceDesigns
  • Vendor: Elizabeth Alexander
  • Address: 3723 Petoskey Avenue
    Cincinnati, OH 45227
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