Canterbury Pewter

Peace - Desiderata Necklace

A beautiful Celtic floral motif reminiscent of a stained glass window focuses your thoughts on peace and the renewal that comes from God.

In this time of chaotic thoughts and stretched faith, this keepsake necklace could represent a source of peace... a reminder of God's peace in our lives.

Quote on back:

"Therefore be at peace with God, whatever you conceive Him to be. And whatever your labors and aspirations, in the noisy confusion of life, keep peace with your soul."

An excerpt from Desiderata is engraved on your beautiful pewter piece. Enjoy it in peace.


Desiderata is Latin for "Things to be desired.". Written by Max Ehrmann in the 1920s... and, not found in Old St. Paul's in Baltimore, Maryland  in 1692... as thought by so many. The author, a poet and lawyer from Terre Haute, Indiana, lived from 1872 to 1945 and wrote in his diary of an urge to write Desiderata. "I should like, if I could, to leave a humble gift... a bit of chaste prose that had caught up some noble moods."

SKU # Name Summary Price


Desiderata Necklace (Pewter)

1 1/2" high on 24" Rope Chain.


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