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St James cross bracelet of Spain's Camino de Santiago ~ cork
An eco-friendly gift for travellers or pilgrims
This meaningful St James bracelet is made of cork cord with specs of silver woven in. It features two symbols of the Camino - the Way of St James . . the famous pilgrimage walk / route through Portugal/France/Spain to the great Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia: The Saint James Cross (Cruz de Santiago), AND the Camino Scallop shell symbol on the clasp fastener. Simple in style - in line with the principles of El Camino, but nonetheless, a lovely piece of jewellery with meaning.
Description: This unique cork St James cross bracelet is 10mm wide and fastens with a scallop shell easy-release magnetic clasp. *For length: Please select your WRIST SIZE in the drop-down menu. It is made from two strands of cork cord which is soft, flexible, durable - and sustainable. (It is also perfect for vegans or others who are not so keen on leather.)
Do you want to encourage and support your friends or loved-ones as they walk life's camino? Let us send this eco-friendly cork bracelet on your behalf to show how much you care - a symbolic bracelet often used to represent the pilgrim route to Santiago, and travellers in general.
:)- Optional information card (see photo) about El Camino / Santiago (FREE)
:)- Personal message can be included
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The 1,000-year-old pilgrimage to the shrine of St. James in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela is known as the Way of St. James (El Camino de Santiago - in Spanish). Some 200,000 pilgrims travel to the city each year from all over the world to find inspiration and/or deeper spiritual understanding. Many carry with them a scallop shell or St James's Cross - believed to promote strength and hope.
The Way of St. James criss-crosses Western Europe, arriving at Santiago through Northern Spain. It is generally regarded as a journey of the body, mind and spirit. Modern travellers choose to do the Camino for personal, spiritual and/or religious reasons - or simply to take time out from their busy, modern lives. For many, the walk is to find inspiration - improving their outlook on life, bringing them into closer contact with nature and expanding their cultural horizons through contact with other travellers. Everyone experiences the journey in a different way.
Show a friend or loved-one that you care about them - and their wellbeing, and that you are thinking of them, with this meaningful charm bracelet. Comes gift-wrapped, like all our presents - and we can print a personal message on your behalf.