Our Lady San Juan de los Lagos Genuine Silver Oxidized Medal 1". Most Popular Oval Design From Italy Die Cast for Exceptional Detail and Silver Oxidized Dimensional Finish Can Wear Around Neck or Attach to Rosaries, Jewelry, Etc.
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Our Lady San Juan de los Lagos Genuine Silver Oxidized Medal 1"

Price:: $0.75
  • Imported: Italy
  • Jump Ring Included: Yes Attached
  • Weight Grams: 3.0
  • Finish: Genuine Silver Oxidized
  • Item #: (G221) 13/1086 Lady los Lagos
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Premium Italian made Genuine Silver Oxidized Finish Medals

Includes Attach Jump Ring

This exceptionally detailed die-cast medal is made in the region of Italy that produces the finest quality medals in the world. The silver oxidized finish has been perfected for hundreds of years by the local Italian craftsmen, and remains unmatched in quality, beauty, and longevity throughout the world -a genuine silver Oxidized medal with a 3-dimensional depth, and long-lasting brilliance. Medal is approximately 1" in height. Attached jump ring is included.

  • Premium Medals - A Great Deal!
  • 1" In Height - Most Popular Oval Design From Italy
  • Die Cast for Exceptional Detail and Silver Oxidized Dimensional Finish
  • Can Wear Around Neck or Attach to Rosaries, Jewelry, Etc.


Blessed Virgin Mary Medals (Our Lady of San Juan de los Lagos)
Our Lady of San Juan de los Lagos is located in the state of Jalisco, in central Mexico, 76 miles northeast of the city of Guadalajara. The small town of San Juan de los Lagos is the second most visited pilgrimage shrine in Mexico. The sanctuary's history begins in 1542 when Father Miguel de Bologna, a Spanish priest, brought a statue of the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception to the village. The town was then called San Juan Mezquititlan Baptist but its name was changed to San Juan de Los Lagos in 1623. In that year the daughter of some local Indian peasants fell ill, her parents prayed for her health, and the young girl recovered. Following this miracle, the statue began to be venerated by an increasing number of pilgrims including Indians, Spanish and mestizo. During this period the statue acquired its own local identity as Our Lady of San Juan de los Lagos. Between the early 17th century and the middle of the 19th century a pilgrimage fair was held each year on November 30 to celebrate the original installation of the statue in the shrine.