***This is a custom, made-to-order item, so no items are typically kept in stock. As such, it is expected that the listing shows as "Out of Stock." These wooden wall plaques are created as orders come in.***
This engraved wooden wall plaque of Servant of God Empress Zita of Bourbon-Parma is hand made by a practicing Catholic woodworker, right here in these United States! The stunning engraving on maple wood, was originally featured on a Hungarian stamp from August 1918, issued in the final months of the Austro-Hungarian empire's existence.
The back of the wall plaque lists the birth and death year of Servant of God Empress Zita (1892-1989), her Royal Hungarian monogram, as well as her titles as Apostolic Queen of Hungary. Additionally, listed is the site of her coronation as Queen of Hungary, as well as the presiding prelate at the coronation in 1916. Wall hangers are built into the back of plaque.
This is a made-to-order item, which ships separately from other items on the e-store. As such, it may take up to a couple of weeks in order for the plaque to be made and then subsequently shipped out. Once the order is place, the wood worker will be in contact directly with you regarding when your order will be ready to be shipped out. Orders that are made for special occasions, should take into consideration this lead time, in order to receive it at the appropriate time.
Given that each order is custom, there is to be expected slight variations in things such in the wood and the engraving itself, as is typical in handcrafted items. Servant of God Empress Zita pray for us!
Dimensions: approximately 8” wide x 12" tall.
Crafted for wall mounting.
This wooden wall plaque does not come with the postage stamp displayed in the picture.
Ten percent of the net profit of this product benefits The American Foundation for the Beatification of Empress Zita.
There is a French chapter of the guild for the Empress Zita canonization (the one that is working with Rome on submitting documents for the canonization), but this is the officially associated American chapter run by Diane Schwind and her husband Robert. We will be donating to the American chapter, so we can increase the cultus of Empress Zita here in the States.
The website for the American Chapter can be found here.
The main French chapter can be found here.