Mother Mary, or the Virgin Mary, was known to give birth to Jesus Christ. She was visited by the archangel Gabriel, who told her that she would be pregnant with a holy child, and that he would be the savior of mankind. He instructed her and Joseph to have Jesus baptized by St. John the baptist, and to run from the public dangers they would face. Mary is considered by many to be the greatest of the saints, and exalted by divine grace above all angels and men. She is a powerful protector, purifier of spirit, and is the patron of mothers, humanity, travellers and people who work in travelling (planes and ships), cooks, and people who make clothing, jewelry, and furnishings.
This image statue is 30cm tall (11.8 inches) and stands on a platform base.