Olive Wood Fish Key Chain Hand Carved Jerusalem - Zuluf Collection (Ow-Kc-019)Dimensions (Height X Width X Length) : 0 cm x 0 cm x 0 cm / 0” x 0” x 0”
• Grade-A dried olive wood is used
• Own Your Own Original Holy Land Keepsake
• Our beautiful wood crafts are carved in the Shepherds field Street workshops.
• Meaningful design assured to dazzle your friends
• Grace your home with this unique craft that embodies the spirit of family and love.
• Certificate of Origin included
• Send it now to a friend or a loved one - Raise Their Spirit.
• Comes with a Free Gift from the Holy land
Our olive wood crafts commemorate the greatest , most loving Divine act of all time and eternity, Our wooden crafts from the Jerusalem are often ideal gifts for all Christian occasions, Each of these olive wood carvings are unique. No two pieces of bethlehem olive wood are the same and each item is hand carved. This wood handicraft is also carved from olive tree prunings and no Holy Land olive trees are destroyed in the process.
most of our profits go to local Christian families that have been creating religious items for many generations. For most, this is the only possible source of income.
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When ordering this item from the Holy land your item usually ships on the same or next business day, International shipping from jerusalem usually takes from 2 to 3 weeks with Israel Air mail, comes with a free Insurance and tracking. If you are ordering this item by EMS Express Shipping, expect 5 to 10 days, also comes with free insurance and tracking.
Olive wood Carving Process:
Your gift is made from Olive Wood, please read more about the Olive tree, its historical importance, and how it is harvested and brought to you from the Holy Land.
Olive is an evergreen tree native to Bethlehem. After 200 years of growth, the trunks of the trees disappear and are replaced by new shoots. This process allows olive trees to live to be nearly 3,000 years old. The tree that Jesus prayed under in Jerusalem prior to his crucifixion is still producing olives today.
The olive trees in Holy land require both cool winters and long, hot growing seasons, In October, the olive trees are harvested and pruned, providing a sustainable, renewable resource for craftsmen to use throughout the year. Olive wood from the Holy Land has its own unique richness and texture. The Bible, the Qur’an and the Torah repeatedly refer to the olive tree as a symbol of peace, fertility and prosperity.