This polish is named after the poor widow that capture's our dear Lord's attention in Mark 12:41-44 and Luke 21:1-4. We love this passage for so many reasons and because it is incredibly deep. The other gifts in the treasury that day made a lot of noise as they were dropped in the offering box but the widow's mite was heard in heaven. We also love that it appears that Jesus was a people watcher and a true king because in the Davidic Kingdom, widows and orphans were the responsibility of the king. In addition we see Jesus condemn the Temple scribes for their corruption and for "devouring widow's houses" right before the widow put her offering in the the treasury box and right after Jesus praises her, He foretells the destruction of the Temple.
Widow's Mite is a foil polish that is a light copper color.