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February 19, 2004

Bargain of the Day: Life of Jesus Cross Light

by Feòrag

This delightful Life of Jesus Cross Light is a tasteful addition to any Christian home, and the photos clearly do not do it justice:

Scenes from the life of Jesus decorate an elaborately designed wall cross. At center, Jesus sits behind a mirror and, when switched on, is illuminated by a pale light. Uses two AA batteries, not included. Alabastrite. 11 3/4" x 2 1/8" x 14 1/8" high.

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1: Posted by: Red Wolf | February 19, 2004 9:20 PM

What on earth is Alabastrite? I would hazard a guess and say Alabastrite is to Alabaster what Nauga Hide is to Leather. I suppose it's a better selling point than hideous lump of plastic.

2: Posted by: Feòrag | February 20, 2004 3:45 AM

It's a type of resin. From this site:

Our fine line of Alabastrite creations are fashioned by combining oxylite and polystone to form a stone-based, polyresin material. This unique combination allows the sculpting mastery of the artisan to be captured in intricate detail in each handsomely finished product.

It's probably good for cold-casting and such.

Wax lyrical

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