This St. Benedict medal is tin cut for a bright shine effect.
The Italian monk St. Benedict (ca. 480-547) was the founder of the monastic order known as the Benedictines. His "Rule" introduced practicality, order, and emphasis on community into monastic life in the West.
Saint Benedict is the patron saint of Monks and Poison Sufferers.
The 14KT Gold option is for the medal only. No chain. Contact us if you want to add a chain.
Gifted in a gray velour clam shell jewelry box.