Bliss Manufacturing Engravable Oval St Stephen the Martyr Key Chain

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Bliss Manufacturing Religious Key Rings

  • St. Stephen the Martyr is the Patron Saint of Deacons and Stonemasons.
  • Keychain Available in Pewter or Gold Oxide
  • Measures: 1 7/8-in x 1 1/4-in
  • Made in the USA by Bliss Manufacturing

Engraving is available at an extra cost. For guidance on adding engraving, refer to the accompanying image. All engraving should be included on the Custom Text Line located on the designated page.

• Maximum Characters: You can customize this medal with up to 3 lines, each containing a maximum of 16 characters, including spaces. To ensure the highest quality, all medals will be blank on the back before engraving. Please ensure the text fits within this character limit to maintain clarity and readability on the Medal.
• Font Choices: Choose from the following font options:
• Roman
• Block
• Script
• Monogram Script (limited to 3 letters)
• Monogram Circle (limited to 3 letters)
• Processing Time: Orders with engraving typically require 1-5 days to process and ship after the order is received
Important Note:
• Final Sale: Engraved or personalized items are considered final sale and cannot be returned or exchanged. It is crucial to verify the accuracy of your inscription details before placing your order. Double-check for spelling errors, correct telephone numbers, and proper formatting to avoid any mistakes.
By following these guidelines, you can ensure your Bliss Heart Shape Medals is customized accurately and effectively.

Saint Stephen the Martyr

St. Stephen, one of the original seven deacons of the Church, was the first Christian martyr. In 36 AD, he was stoned to death, setting an example for others to follow in his faith and devotion. On December 26, we commemorate the Feast Day of St. Stephen as a reminder of Christ's sacrifice and the ultimate purpose of his arrival on earth. Ven. Fulton Sheen noted in his Life of Christ, that only Christ was born to die, and St. Stephen was the first to emulate this in his own death. Known as the patron saint of Austria, Bricklayers, Casket Makers, Deacons, and Stonemasons.