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1940's Italian Sterling Silver Repoussé Milagro from kirstenscorner on Ruby Lane

1940's Italian Sterling Silver Repoussé Milagro from kirstenscorner on Ruby Lane

milagritos - serve an important role in Mexican devotion. Tied to the robes of saints.

milagritos - serve an important role in Mexican devotion. Tied to the robes of saints.

Religious Ex Votos Milagros Flaming Heart Tin by lamoneeboutique

Religious Ex Votos Milagros Flaming Heart Tin Sacred Heart on stand locket set of two

Religious Ex Votos Milagros Flaming Heart Tin by lamoneeboutique

Altars: Mexican #Milagro #Altar. These small Mexican charms are commonly placed on altars and accompany prayers for health.

Altars: Mexican #Milagro #Altar. These small Mexican charms are commonly placed on altars and accompany prayers for health.

Achieve Spanish Style - Room by Room

Achieve Spanish Style - Room by Room

Milagros - religious folk charms traditionally used for healing purposes and as votive offerings. Frequently attached to altars, shrines, and sacred objects found in places of worship, & often purchased in churches and cathedrals or from street vendors.

Vintage #Mexican Milagros --- religious folk charms traditionally used for healing purposes and as votive offerings

Vintage #Mexican Milagros --- religious folk charms traditionally used for healing purposes and as votive offerings

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Milagros means "miracles". These traditional metal charms are used to help that saint perform a miracle (hence the word "milagro"). There is supposedly a milagro for virtually every animal, every organ and every imaginable malady. I was smitten by the metalwork and repousse. This was a stealth shot. I got quite sneaky with my little spy camera.

Milagros means "miracles". These traditional metal charms are used to help that saint perform a miracle (hence the word "milagro"). There is supposedly a milagro for virtually every animal, every organ and every imaginable malady. I was smitten by the metalwork and repousse. This was a stealth shot. I got quite sneaky with my little spy camera.

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