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St. Patrick's Cross Pendant with Connemara Marble

The earliest surviving Celtic crosses date from the 7th century and the finest examples date from the 9th and 10th Centuries. These magnificent crosses are carved from stone and here we have used our Connemara Marble to carve the cross.
Legend states that St Patrick used the cross to convert the Irish to Christianity.  Irish sterling silver has been placed over the marble with the image of St Patrick and the Celtic Scrollwork.
Most of the crosses that we can see today here in Ireland stood in Monasteries, and as this was an era before printing, the crosses were richly carved with Celtic knot work and images from Scripture. Today, we can still see these images that were used to tell the story of the bible to the congregation gathered below.
We can visit these crosses and actually touch the surfaces that were carved over a thousand years ago.
Presented on an 18″ sterling silver chain.

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Description

Irish sterling silver hallmarked in the Irish Assay Office located in Dublin Castle.

Genuine Connemara Marble.

Measures : 1.94″ L x 0.69″ W

Weight : 12.6g

18″ chain included.

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Additional information

Material

Connemara Marble

Metal

Sterling Silver

Size

18" Chain, Measures : 1.94" L x 0.69" W Weight : 12.6g

Stamp

boxed, Certificate of Authenticity Included., Irish Assay Office

Additional information

Material

Connemara Marble

Metal

Sterling Silver

Size

18" Chain, Measures : 1.94" L x 0.69" W Weight : 12.6g

Stamp

boxed, Certificate of Authenticity Included., Irish Assay Office

certificate

Certificate of Authenticity

Each marble product purchase includes a Certificate of Authenticity to prove it was made with genuine Connemara Marble.

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