St. Patrick, the Patron Saint of Ireland, was kidnapped at the age of 16 and taken to Ireland as a slave. After six years he escaped and studied to be a priest. After being ordained a bishop, Pope Saint Celestine sent him to England and Ireland where he was instrumental in converting the population to Christianity.
This detailed, hand-painted figure of St. Patrick is part of the Renaissance Collection by the popular Joseph's Studio. Made of a resin-stone mix, the St. Patrick figure measures 10.5 inches high.
|By:||C. Smith (Kansas City, MO, July 18, 2010)|
|Review:||I have looked at many statues of St. Patrick and this is the best of them all. Cons: none; Pros: Excellent Details, Vivid Colors|
|By:||momof11 (Fenton, MI, March 24, 2010)|
|Review:||This St. Patrick statue was received with much anticipation, since his feast day was near. We thought that the statue did justice to the Great Saint himself. We have it displayed proudly in our home. It is quite exquisite. Best Uses: We proudly display it; Pros: Better then expected, Delight to the eyes, Extremely pleased with it, Traditionally grand|