Circular, 3/4” diameter. White metal, probably a tin-lead pewter alloy. The front with a four point star, The Star of Bethlehem as depicted at the time, on lined field. The outer edge in a broad radially lined halo. The top with an integral suspension loop. These were produced in the Holy Land for pilgrims who wore them at home as prestige symbols. They were sold at shrines of saints where holy relics of the saints, sometimes, the whole corpus, were preserved. The symbols are specific to the life and achievements of the saint. Pilgrims wore them strung as necklaces, on hats, or attached to the clothing.