Factory Direct Supply Life Size Religious St. Teresa of Calcutta Marble Statue for Sale CHS-774,High Quality And Affordable Price E-mail:info@Treviart.com
Very beautiful St. Teresa of Calcutta Marble Statue, this marble sculpture is made of high quality white marble materials. And the height of the sculpture is life size, with a base of 170cm high, about 69 inches.
Item No: CHS-774
Material: Natural Grade Marble
Insurance: Cover All the Risk
Production Time: 40-45 Days
Delivery Time: 15-30 Days
Package: Strong Wooden Case
Place of Origin: Hebei, China (Mainland)
Advantage: Factory Direct, Door to Door Delivery
Technique: Art-quality Hand Carved, Polished
Payment: T/T, Credit, Western Union, Money gram, PayPal
Very beautiful St. Teresa of Calcutta Marble Statue, this marble sculpture is made of high quality white marble materials. The height of the sculpture is life size, with a base of 170cm high, about 69 inches. The height of this sculpture is suitable for indoor or outdoor use, it would be a good choice.
Our Blessed Teresa has a rosary in her right arm, holding a Jesus nailed cross in her hands. The cross is decorated with beautiful rose flowers. All these delicate details are hand carved by our experienced marble craftsmen. Our Mother Teresa statue is very perfect in both quality and detail.
St. Teresa, commonly known as Mother Teresa. She was born in Macedonia in 1910. When she was young, she felt called to serve the church as a nun. As a nun, St. Teresa taught at a school in India before receiving a special call from God to serve the poorest of the poor. She started teaching poor children in the the slums of Calcutta. And she cared for the sick and the died with great love and care. Young women began working in St. Teresa and eventually formed a charity missionary organization.
Therefore, St. Teresa is known as Mother Teresa. She worked tirelessly so that everyone with whom she came in love with Jesus. In 1939, St. Teresa was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. In her later years, she traveled the world and opened special houses to take care of patients and dying. After a loving life, St. Teresa died in 1997. And she became a saint of Pope Sainte in 2016.
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