Ambrosium

Celtic Crosses, Christian, Religious, & Liturgical Art

Richmond, Texas · 201 Sales

Ambrosium

Celtic Crosses, Christian, Religious, & Liturgical Art

Richmond, Texas 201 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(34)

Ambrosium is taking a short break

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Note from shop owner The Ambrosium is closed for a season.

Phaedra Jean
www.phaedrataylor.com

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Dec 16, 2017

The Ambrosium is closed for a season.

Phaedra Jean
www.phaedrataylor.com

PhaedraJean

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About

Beautiful Devotional

My husband, David, was a pastor for nine years and now is in divinity school pursuing his doctorate in theology and the arts. We were always looking for meaningful spiritual things to give as gifts, and I realized that it was really hard to find beautiful and unique devotionally oriented art. I started making encaustic Celtic crosses to give as gifts, and people kept asking me to make more so that they could give them as gifts also. I just kept making them and they kept disappearing out of my studio!

The original pieces are made in the tradition of encaustic painting. Encaustic painting (that is, painting with beeswax) is one of the earliest forms of painting known to humankind. The nature of beeswax is such that it preserves and binds well, making it a steadfast and reliable medium. Your encaustic pieces should last hundreds of years under the right conditions.

I'm thrilled to offer something that seems to bless so many people. Selling these pieces allows me to keep my studio space, so I can keep making my personal artwork, and helps us out as we journey through a season where David is a student. Now that I am home most of the time with our new baby girl, Blythe, this shop is a wonderful way for me to stay connected with people who are looking for something special.

We so appreciate your patronage and hope these works bless you or someone you love.

Shop members

  • Phaedra Jean Taylor

    Owner, Maker

    The first 13 years of my life were spent on the misty and rocky shore of northern Scotland. Worn rocks and green moss, ancient buildings, fairy tales, gray moors, and mysterious lochs seeped into my bones and made me love all things old and lyrical.

Shop policies

Last updated on November 4, 2015
My wish is that these pieces can bring a gentle and true beauty to your home. I hope you can find something that speaks to your heart and enlivens your soul. Thank you for looking!

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
If for some reason, your encaustic piece is damaged through the mail, I will gladly refund your money or re-work the wax in areas of damage. Prints and cards are not refundable at this time.
Payment
I am currently accepting payment through pay-pal and all major credit cards. Your purchase will be shipped upon receipt of payment.
Shipping
I don't make any profit off of shipping. The cost is in place to cover packing materials and the TLC it takes to get your purchases to you safe and happy.

If you happen to live in the Houston area, please convo me for pick up availability to save on shipping costs.

I ship packages within two days of receiving your payment, unless otherwise noted in the listing.
Additional policies and FAQs
If you are looking for a particular cross or meditative word piece and you don't see it listed in my current offerings, feel free to check my previously sold work and convo me for a special request.