A Little History
Carving the olive wood began in the city of Jerusalem and Bethlehem in the fourth century, following the building of the church of Nativity. The church of Nativity was built on the traditional birthplace of our savior, Jesus in the city of Bethlehem. As a way to spread Christianity, the monks taught the Christians how to carve the olive trees; since then, Christians have been carving the beautiful religious crafts from one generation to another. In the recent years, the Handicrafts trade has suffered a great deal of hardship due social, economic and political pressures. Because of the sharp decline in tourism and the diminishing numbers of artisans who left their traditional trade and immigrated due to difficult conditions in their homeland.
About Our Products
This product was Handicrafted from Olivewood grown in the Bethlehem and Jerusalem Area. It is crafted by Christian and Catholic artists from the clippings and cuttings of olive tree. The trees are pruned annually and the wood is then prepared for use. The olive tree is significant as it is considered to be ( Holy Tree ) and Jesus prayed under this tree in the garden of Gethsemane following the last Supper. To care for this item, use a clean soft cloth. With blessings from the land of the Bible. Congratulations on purchasing this very special item that can be cherished for a life time and can be passed down for generations.

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