This St. Nicole Sterling Silver Medal, 3/4" diameter with an 18” Stainless Steel Chain, is crafted in the United States and is made with the finest materials available. Many steps are involved in the manufacturing and finishing process of the medal. The stainless steel chain is plated with genuine rhodium and has a clasp.
The St. Nicole Sterling Silver Patron Saint Medal with an 18” Stainless Steel Chain is tastefully packaged in a velour gift box.
St. Nicole’s name was derived from St. Colette who was also known as Nicolette. St. Nicole (Colette) was born on January 13, 1381 at Corbie, France. She was orphaned at 13 and became a Franciscan tertiary. While living as a hermit, she had a vision that gave her the mission of reforming the Poor Clares to the purity of their original rule. She also founded 17 new convents. St. Nicole (Colette) was a gifted mystic and helped St. Vincent Ferrer to heal the Great Western Schism. She was canonized in 1807 by Pope Pius VII.
The St. Nicole Sterling Silver Medal honors her as the Patron Saint of the loss of parents. Her Feast Day is March 6.