Our Lady of Perpetual Help Embroidered Mantilla Gold on Black Lace Veil - Virgin Mary Veil - Free Shipping - The Veiled Woman

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Embroidered Mantilla Gold on Black Lace Veil - Virgin Mary Veil - Free Shipping - The Veiled Woman

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Our Lady of Perpetual Help Embroidered Mantilla. Gold embroidery on black point d'espirit lace paired with black floral lace trim In a D Shape style or you may request a traditional triangle shape veil. You are also welcome to request this veil to be embroidered in another color or on a white veil.

A beautiful way to honor Our Lady and her Divine Child. This embroidered design is faithful to the icon thought to be a a true copy of a painting that according to legend was painted by Saint Luke using the meal table of the Holy Family in Nazareth. Read more at the bottom of this listing.

This design is usually in stock, but if not, it can take up to 5 days to create and ship to you.

The D Shape veil measures 48" wide by 25" deep. The design is approximately 5" wide by 6.5" high.

A hidden loop lets you secure the veil to your hair with a matching bobby pin without damaging the lace. Optional removable comb available.

Your veil will arrive in an embroidered rosary carry pouch while supplies last. You'll also receive matching hair pink, Our Lady of Guadalupe prayer card, and floral sachet to keep your veil fresh.

Our Lady of Perpetual Help (also known as Our Lady of Perpetual Succour) is a Roman Catholic title of the Blessed Virgin Mary as represented in a celebrated 15th-century Byzantine icon also associated with the same Marian apparition.

The icon originated from the Keras Kardiotissas Monastery and has been in Rome since 1499. Today it is permanently enshrined in the Church of Saint Alphonsus, where the official Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help text is prayed weekly.

On 23 June 1867, Pope Pius IX granted the image its Canonical Coronation along with its present title. The Redemptorist Congregation of priest and brothers they are the only religious order currently entrusted by the Holy See to protect and propagate a Marian religious work of art. In the Eastern Orthodox Church iconography, the image is known as the ”Virgin Theotokos of the Passion” due to the instruments of the Passion of Jesus Christ present on the image.

The feast day of the image is celebrated on June 27, with novena devotions held every Wednesday. Under Pope Pius XII's Pontificate, the image was designated as the national Patroness of the Republic of Haiti and Almoradi, Spain. In addition, Pope John Paul II issued a canonical coronation for a similar image in Jaworzno, Poland in 16 June 1991.

Due to the propagation of the Redemptorist Priests since 1865, the image has become very popular among Roman Catholics. Modern reproductions are oftentimes displayed in residential homes, commercial establishments, and public transportation.
The Veiled Woman line of exquisite handmade mantillas and chapel veils is handmade one by one in the USA.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Embroidered Mantilla. Gold embroidery on black point d'espirit lace paired with black floral lace trim In a D Shape style or you may request a traditional triangle shape veil. You are also welcome to request this veil to be embroidered in another color or on a white veil.

A beautiful way to honor Our Lady and her Divine Child. This embroidered design is faithful to the icon thought to be a a true copy of a painting that according to legend was painted by Saint Luke using the meal table of the Holy Family in Nazareth. Read more at the bottom of this listing.

This design is usually in stock, but if not, it can take up to 5 days to create and ship to you.

The D Shape veil measures 48" wide by 25" deep. The design is approximately 5" wide by 6.5" high.

A hidden loop lets you secure the veil to your hair with a matching bobby pin without damaging the lace. Optional removable comb available.

Your veil will arrive in an embroidered rosary carry pouch while supplies last. You'll also receive matching hair pink, Our Lady of Guadalupe prayer card, and floral sachet to keep your veil fresh.

Our Lady of Perpetual Help (also known as Our Lady of Perpetual Succour) is a Roman Catholic title of the Blessed Virgin Mary as represented in a celebrated 15th-century Byzantine icon also associated with the same Marian apparition.

The icon originated from the Keras Kardiotissas Monastery and has been in Rome since 1499. Today it is permanently enshrined in the Church of Saint Alphonsus, where the official Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help text is prayed weekly.

On 23 June 1867, Pope Pius IX granted the image its Canonical Coronation along with its present title. The Redemptorist Congregation of priest and brothers they are the only religious order currently entrusted by the Holy See to protect and propagate a Marian religious work of art. In the Eastern Orthodox Church iconography, the image is known as the ”Virgin Theotokos of the Passion” due to the instruments of the Passion of Jesus Christ present on the image.

The feast day of the image is celebrated on June 27, with novena devotions held every Wednesday. Under Pope Pius XII's Pontificate, the image was designated as the national Patroness of the Republic of Haiti and Almoradi, Spain. In addition, Pope John Paul II issued a canonical coronation for a similar image in Jaworzno, Poland in 16 June 1991.

Due to the propagation of the Redemptorist Priests since 1865, the image has become very popular among Roman Catholics. Modern reproductions are oftentimes displayed in residential homes, commercial establishments, and public transportation.
The Veiled Woman line of exquisite handmade mantillas and chapel veils is handmade one by one in the USA.

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From Baldwin, NY
Returns accepted
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Returns & exchanges

I gladly accept returns and cancellations

Contact me within: 3 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 7 days of delivery
Request a cancellation within: 4 hours of purchase

I don't accept exchanges

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
  • Items on sale

Conditions of return

Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.

FAQs

I am happy to hear your requests for custom and personalized orders, but my ability to fulfill your request is dependent on the availability of the lace you request and the time available to me. Custom orders are final sale.
Almost every veil can be washed in your washing machine on gentle cycle. However, so you are more confident, it is easy to swish your veil in warm water with a few drops of detergent. This method is recommended for embroidered veils. It is recommended that you wash dark veils separately. Lay flat or hang to dry -- or use your home dryer on the air dry setting. You may also iron your veil on the coolest setting preferably using a cloth between the iron and the veil.
I stand by the quality of my veils. If any stitching ever comes loose from normal wear and tear*, you can send it back to me for repair. Just pay the postage to send it to me. I'll pay for the return trip.

*Normal wear and tear does not include tearing or poking a hole through the lace. That's why I send you a carrying pouch - so you can keep your veil safe.

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