This Canterbury cross pendant is a pewter interpretation of the original cross brooch. It is hung on a surgical steel trace chain.
In 1867 a small bronze brooch was excavated in St George’s Street in Canterbury. This cross shaped brooch had a Saxon design and was dated to circa 850AD. A replica, carved in stone, can be seen just inside the SW transept entrance of Canterbury Cathedral.
Width: 36mm Height: 44mm Chain length: 27inch (69cm)
Comes in a satin and velvet-lined gift box
St Justin jewellery is a distinguished brand from the UK, with metal-work designs that honour the Celtic tradition. Each piece an object of art to treasure forever. There is a lifetime guarantee with all items in this line - if there is any fault in the workmanship, the item will be repaired or replaced free of charge.
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