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Museum Cross Pendants
Collection is offered by the leading source for authorized reproductions,
created under license, from museums throughout the world. Working with
in the museum community, they endeavor to bring the timeless designs and rich
histories that are carefully preserved in our museums back into our communities.
Care is taken to faithfully reproduce original materials, including all
Museum Collection jewelry is offered in Sterling Silver,
22K Gold Plate
or Vermeil (heavy 22K Gold Plate over Sterling Silver).
Anchors of Faith
This Russian Orthodox
baptismal cross is one example
from the Library's Oleg Ivanovich Pantuhoff (1882-1973)
collection of several hundred crosses, art objects, books,
graphics and icons. Cast directly from an 18th century
original to achieve exacting detail, it contains symbols
of the Passion, as well as prayers inscribed on the
18th Century. From the collection of
The New York Public Library.
2 1/4" H x 1 3/4" W
A 36" Black Satin Cord
This cross, set with
semi-precious stones, is based
on a design by Jane Carson and Frances Barnum.
Meticulous craftsmanship and the inspiration of
nature characterize its Arts and Crafts style. The
original sterling silver cross is decorated with
amethyst and pearl cabochons, and enamel.
It is suspended from a necklace of silver links
and amethyst beads.
From the collection of the
Cleveland Museum of Art.
plated pewter with Garnets and Black Onyx.
A 32" Black Satin Cord is included.
2 1/2"H x 1 3/4" W
Trinity Church Alter
This design is based on the
cross suspended over
the altar at Trinity Church. The cross was designed
by Irving and Casson in 1938. Regarded as one of
the greatest triumphs of American architecture,
Trinity's current building was designed by H.H.
Richardson in 1877, and is home to an active
parish that continues to strive to meet the needs
of the City of Boston.
1938. From the Trinity Church,
18" Gold Plated Chain is included.
1.5" L x 1" W
This pendant is a
reproduction of a 19th Century cross
derived from crosses worn by
soldiers in the Crusades
of the 11th to 13th centuries. The
Crusades were a series
of religious wars fought by the Christian
nations of Europe
to recover the Holy Lands from the Moslems.
and last crusade ended when Prince Edward of England
successfully concluded a truce with the Moslems.
© The Art Institute of Chicago
22K Gold Plated Pewter
A 32" Black
Satin Cord is included.
2.5" H x 1 3/4" W
Dali Hypercube Pendant
Dali's Hypercube Cross
represents his synthesis of faith and science.
When rotated, a three-dimensional, cube-
shaped cross appears!
22K Gold Plate
1/2" L x 3/8" W
x 3/8" D.
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