French Kande Garnet Mix Triple Strand St. Anne Bracelet

French Kande

French Kande's Triple Strand Saint Anne de Beaupre Medallion features St. Anne, the mother of Mary, set in a lovely black diamond accented bezel surrounded by French Kande Garnet Mix made of faceted Tiger Eye, Garnet and Pyrite. St. Anne is holding Mary as a little girl and teaching her "wisdom".  St. Anne is the mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the grandmother of Christ.   She is the patroness of mothers, grandmothers and those who struggle to conceive. It is is truly an heirloom piece that will be held in families for generations.  It is absolutely beautiful all by itself or layered with our other designs. Inspired by a trip to Paris designer Kande Hall mixes past and present to create inspirational jewelry inspired by French Medallions and Parisian life.  Each piece of French Kande is handmade in Los Angeles by Californian artisans. 

This bracelet features three, 7.5 inch strands of hand curated Tiger Eye, Garnet and Pyrite. Each piece of French Kande is handmade in Los Angeles by Californian artisans. Available in any stone and in all Silver too just contact us to custom order in a different stone or metal color. 

This medal is recast from a vintage original from the Basilica of St. Anne de Beaupre in Quebec.  The following is the story of the beginning of the miracles there courtesy of the Basilica.  

Everything began in 1658 when Louis Guimont, suffering from excruciating back pain, came to help with the construction of the first chapel and was miraculously healed as a result. This would be the first of an endless series of healings. As early as 1665, an Ursuline nun, Blessed Marie de l'Incarnation, wrote the following words to her son:

"Seven leagues from here, there is a village called "The Little Cape", where there is a church dedicated to Saint Anne in which Our Lord is working great marvels in favour of the holy mother of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary. There, the paralytics walk, the blind can see, and the sick are healed of every kind of illness."
- Marie de l'incarnation, 1665

The pilgrimage history of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré is one that is marked by extraordinary events, which continue even to this day.




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