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Small Celtic Cross in Gold Made to Order

Small Celtic Cross in Gold Made to Order

Gold carat
Gold color
Regular price $255.00 CAD
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This pendant is a small celtic cross that I'm offering in gold that is made to order and is 2.5cm long. It takes a week to make and is shipped with insurance and tracking.

  • Pendant Dimensions: The pendant is 2.5cm high and is flat on the back with a loop at the top with a 3mm opening to pass a chain or cord. 
  • Materials: available in solid gold in 10k, 14k, or 18k in your choice of yellow, pink, and white gold.All gold is cast in solid materials, and is never plated. There is no rhodium plating, a plating used to make white gold to make it a very white color, but can be done by request at an extra cost.
  • Shipping info: Shipping is with tracking and insurance. Canadian orders are shipped with Canada Post Priority. For USA and international orders, they are shipped with DHL with full tracking and insurance. Please be aware of taxes and duties are payable to DHL and must be paid by the buyer and is not collected by me.
  • Important info about gold jewellery orders: All my gold jewellery is made per order and is not eligible for returns or refunds. These are not stock items as they are made only upon ordered. So please take this into consideration when you place your order.
  • For any questions about my materials, processing time, and more, check out my FAQ for more info!

There is a large irish population here in Montreal, and no one was making jewellery in this style. So I decided to do it! These are from a collection of master designs I got from a retiring jeweller here in Montreal. The original design dates from the 40's-50's, but I made a new mold and started making them in sterling silver and bronze.

The Celtic cross is a form of Christian cross featuring a nimbus or ring that emerged in Ireland and Britain in the Early Middle Ages. A type of ringed cross, it became widespread through its use in the stone high crosses erected across the islands, especially in regions evangelized by Irish missionaries, from the 9th through the 12th centuries. A staple of Insular art, the Celtic cross is essentially a Latin cross with a nimbus surrounding the intersection of the arms and stem. Scholars have debated its exact origins, but it is related to earlier crosses featuring rings. The form gained new popularity during the Celtic Revival of the 19th century; the name "Celtic cross" is a convention dating from that time. The shape, usually decorated with interlace and other motifs from Insular art, became popular for funerary monuments and other uses, and has remained so, spreading well beyond Ireland.

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