Our Lady of Namacpacan

Our Lady of Namacpacan

$40.00 USD

Information on this doll:

According to vigattintourism/tourism/articles/The-Miraculous-Shrine-of-Our-Lady-of-Namacpacan,

“As known to locals, she is called Our Lady Apo Baket of Namacpacan. It was the title given to the Blessed Virgin Mary by the natives of La Union because she appeared to the native people of the Cordilleras as an old woman which offered them food and invited them to be baptized. Apo Baket is how the people call the elderly woman as a sign of respect.

Over the decades, thousands of devout Filipino believers have been drawn to the town of Luna, formerly Namacpacan, in La Union to pay homage and ask for help from Our Lady of Namacpacan.

Namacpacan is an Ilocano word meaning “one who had given food”

~ Made of fleece, velvet, Poly-Fil, cotton, fabric paint, felt, embroidery thread & linen.
~ Roughly measures 10 inches tall and 2 inches wide.
~ Each doll is unique and have slight variations from each other
~ Comes with a drawstring bag
~ Saint name embroidered on the back
~ Keep bag away from children under 3 years to prevent suffocation.
~ Do not machine wash. Spot clean only.

~ I am not responsible for unexpected import fees or international customs. The buyer takes full ownership.
~ As I am aware of the further delays in postal offices and customs, it is out of my control once they are shipped and delivered pass the estimated day. If your order has not arrived within the time period given, please contact me and I will do my best to help you resolve the matter with the carrier.
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All 100% handmade doll and one of kind!

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