The Shells of Saint James the Greater Panel #13725

Saint James the Apostle was the son of Zebedee, a fisherman from Galilee, and the older brother of Saint John. He is said to have walked much during his preaching of the Word of God. St. James' missionary journeys are usually represented by a staff with a stachel and scallop shells, as featured in this finely crafted stained glass piece. The saint professed his strong faith even until his death under the hands of Herod the Great. Recall his great courage by having this symbolic faceted glass in a church or place of worship. Our team of stained glass experts is ready to tailor-fit it according to your preferences.

A religious window like this would make a good addition to a house of worship or a hospital chapel.

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