The many-pointed star of the Moravian Church began as a geometry lesson for Moravian students in the 1830s in Saxony, Germany. Today it’s displayed year-round, but especially during the Christmas season from the first Sunday of Advent through Epiphany on January 6. In Pennsylvania German Nativity scenes, it represents the Star of Bethlehem. Each comes with a silvery ribbon for hanging.
Handcrafted in a stained-glass studio in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. 4"W x 4"H.
I was extremely taken by the miniature design of the Moravian star. It is absolutely beautiful. I bought two, one in red and one clear. I in no way expected the well constructed and sturdy items that I received. I hung the red star from my chandelier base and placed the other star on my desk. They are outstandingly beautiful and were a steal when I ordered them with a cyber Monday discount!
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Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend