Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati

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Pier Giorgio Frassati is made to order, unless this peg doll is listed in the Ready to Ship section, in which case items ship next day! If this item is not in stock, you can sign up for restock notifications below or sign up for the newsletter for info on the next open ordering event.

Peg dolls measure approximately 3.5” tall. Please allow 1-3 weeks for painting and sealing prior to shipment (using only certified non-toxic materials!).

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Description

Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati is made to order, unless this peg doll is listed in the Ready to Ship section, in which case items ship next day. Please allow 1-3 weeks for painting and sealing prior to shipment.

If you so desire, a quote of his or a special date (baptism, Confirmation, etc.) can be added to the peg doll by purchasing the Custom Saint Quote Add-On.

Pier Giorgio Frassati celebrates his feast day on July 4th. He is also available as an ornament.

Each saint comes with a card featuring details of their life to better help you get to know the saint! Saint peg dolls are approximately 3.5” tall.

All blesseds/saints are made and sealed with non-toxic materials. Additionally, they have their name and feast day (if applicable) on the bottom. Makes a great baptism or Confirmation gift, but are also great for little hands just learning about the saints!

Disclaimer / Attribution

Each item in my shop is hand painted, so there may be slight variations in lines, edges, or shading. This makes each and every item truly unique!

All artwork designs and styles on this website are the original work of Amanda/worthy of Agape. Public, commercial, or any other use of these designs that goes beyond personal use is not allowed without expressed, written consent of worthy of Agape.

Additional information

Weight 2 oz

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