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June 16, 2003

Bargain of the Day: velvet Jesus

by Feòrag

Today we have a classic Jesus Christ Velvet 1979 KITSCH Painting


We hit the jackpot and found this old image in the back of the warehouse. WOW!!

This is a Fabulous Velvet Jesus Christ Painting! Made in 1979!!!!

This lovely hand painted picture of Jesus is on soft deep rich velvet.

If you love Jesus or know someone who does, this is a MUST HAVE for any collector. GREAT GIFT, THE HOLIDAYS ARE COMING!!

  • It features:
  • Collectors Item from 1979
  • Jesus is shown kneeling and praying outside with a beam of light shining his halo
  • White, Gold, Orange, Red, Blue and Brown in color
  • Fine ART
  • Individually hand painted
  • Painted on soft deep rich velvet which is stretched over wood backing
  • Item measures 12" X 16"
  • VERY limited #, no two alike

But what if this vintage item isn't quite to your taste? Well, worry not as the vendors apparently have a time machine.

**PLEASE email us for other sizes and colors (custom order)

We can create a special eBay auction, upon request,


The vendors are also reported to be sitting on a stockpile of exclamation marks and asterisks, and might be auctioning off job lots of surplus punctuation in the near future.

Posted in Religious Tat at 19:46. Last modified on January 03 2007 at 16:54.
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1: Posted by: Kathryn Cramer | June 18, 2003 12:49 AM

? Goes great with velvet Elvis!!!

2: Posted by: Kathryn Cramer | June 18, 2003 12:50 AM

(the question mark started its life as a bullet.)

Wax lyrical

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