Stainless Steel Virgin Mary Pendant with CNC, Wax Casting and Electroplating

Stainless Steel Virgin Mary Pendant with CNC, Wax Casting and Electroplating

Process CNC, Metal Casting
Material Metal, Other
Quantity 30 pcs
Price Range $100-1,000
Lead Time 15 workdays


About Project

This stainless steel Virgin Mary pendant is a stunning piece of jewelry that shows your faith and style. It features a realistic image of the mother of Jesus, who is a symbol of faith, love, and compassion.

The pendant is cast from a wax pattern, which is produced from a CNC-milled copper mold. The details of the woman’s face and clothing are very intricate. The pendant also has a halo around her, inset with shining diamonds. The pendant is polished and electroplated with sterling silver, which gives it a smooth and shiny finish.

You can wear this pendant as a necklace, or attach it to a bracelet or a keychain. You can also give it as a gift to someone who shares your faith and devotion. This pendant is suitable for any occasion, whether it is a birthday, an anniversary, a baptism, or a confirmation.

This pendant is made by FacFox, a leading metal casting service provider for the jewelry industry. FacFox uses advanced CNC milling and wax casting techniques to produce high-quality metal jewelry at affordable prices. FacFox also offers electroplating and gem setting services to enhance the appearance and value of your jewelry.

If you are interested in this pendant, you can order it from, a client of FacFox that specializes in religious jewelry. You can also visit FacFox’s website or contact them via email to learn more about their metal casting services for the jewelry industry.


  • Step 1: A copper mold of the Virgin Mary pendant was created by using CNC milling. CNC milling is a process that uses computer-controlled machines to carve out a desired shape from a solid block of material. The copper mold was designed to have the same dimensions and details as the final pendant, but slightly larger to account for the shrinkage of the wax and metal.
  • Step 2: 30 wax patterns of the Virgin Mary pendant were made from the copper mold with injection molding technique. Injection molding is a process that uses a heated barrel to inject molten wax into a metal mold. The wax cools and solidifies in the shape of the mold. The wax patterns were identical to the copper mold, but made of wax instead of metal.
  • Step 3: The wax patterns were used to create stainless steel pendants by using lost-wax casting. Lost-wax casting is a process that involves coating the wax patterns with a ceramic material, heating them in a furnace to melt and remove the wax, and then pouring molten metal into the hollow ceramic molds. The metal solidifies and takes the shape of the wax patterns. The ceramic molds are then broken and removed, leaving behind the metal pendants.
  • Step 4: The stainless steel pendants were polished and electroplated with sterling silver. Polishing is a process that uses abrasive materials to smooth and shine the surface of the metal. Electroplating is a process that uses an electric current to deposit a thin layer of another metal onto the surface of the metal. The sterling silver layer gave the pendants a brighter and more attractive appearance.
  • Step 5: The diamonds were inset into the halo around the Virgin Mary’s head. Gem setting is a process that involves creating holes or grooves on the metal surface and inserting gems into them. The gems are then secured by using prongs, bezels, or other methods. The diamonds added sparkle and elegance to the pendants.