Metal Moravian Star Ornament, Assorted
Sold Out - $ 27.00
The first Moravian star is known to have originated in the 1830s at the Moravian Boys' School in Niesky, Germany, most probably as a geometry lesson or project. Although the star originated in the church's schools as a geometry lesson, it was soon adopted throughout the Moravian Church as an Advent symbol. Moravian stars continue to be a popular Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany decoration throughout the world, even in areas without a significant Moravian Church presence. The stars are often seen in Moravian nativity and putz displays as a representation of the Star of Bethlehem.
Normally crafted from stained glass or paper, these three dimensional metal Moravian stars are a unique update to a classic tradition.
- Materials: Metal
- Finish: Antique Pewter
- Approximate Dimensions: Large - 7.5"; Small - 5"
- Includes ONE ornament
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