Ivo of Kermartin
(or Ives, Ybus, Yvo, Ivo of Helory)
Feast Day: May 19
Patron Saint of Lawyers, Advocates, Canon Law, Judges, Notaries, Abandoned Children, Orphans, and Brittany
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Available in four sizes:
Approximately 5 ½ x 7 ½ inches, 7¼ x 10 inches, 10 x 13 inches, & 12 x 16 inches
Ivo is preparing a legal document. The sun might be rising or setting - in either case, representing a long day of diligence. A dove sits atop the scales; a gavel rests on the desk; books are scattered throughout. The child is an orphan who has found shelter and the dog is a medieval interpretation of "Cammy," our new associate.
The Border: clockwise from left top, the lion represents courage and is one of the symbols traditionally associated with Ivo; the flag of Brittany; Archangel Michael, patron of justice and defender of the helpless; the crane represents keeping watch over others; the loaf of bread, Ivo using his own resources to feed the poor; "Themis, Blindfolded Goddess of Justice," and the saying about Ivo.
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