Jerusalem Cross With Zirconia Stones
The Jerusalem Cross is made out of pure silver stamped 925, with Zirconia stones embodying a harmonious fusion of religious significance and elegant sophistication.
This exquisite Silver Jerusalem Cross features the iconic Jerusalem Cross design, symbolizing the Christian connection to the holy city.
Each cross quadrant is adorned with brilliant Zirconia stones, adding a touch of radiance and sparkle to the timeless religious emblem. The shimmering Zirconia stones not only enhance the cross's aesthetic appeal but also represent the spiritual brilliance and illumination that faith brings to one's life.
Meaning Of Jerusalem Cross
While the symbol of the five-fold cross appears to originate in the 11th century, its association with the Kingdom of Jerusalem dates to the second half of the 13th century.
The symbolism of the five-fold cross is variously given as the Five Wounds of Christ, Christ and the four evangelists, or Christ and the four quarters of the world.
The symbolism of five crosses representing the Five Wounds is first recorded in the context of the consecration of the St Brelade's Church under the patronage of Robert of Normandy (before 1035); the crosses are incised in the church's altar stone.
Great Gift Idea For:
- Christmas Gift
- Baptism Gift
- Unique Gift
- Comfort Patient Gifts
- And many other special occasions
Size: 1.50 × 2.10 × 0.39 inches, including the hock for the chain.
All orders are shipped directly from Bethlehem, the Holy Land, and we will provide you with the tracking number.
Why order from us?
1- As a Christian family from the Holy Land, it is our pleasure to pass such art for generations to come and keep Nativity alive with our kids
2- You buy directly from our olive wood factory in Bethlehem, with no middleman
3- We ship from the Holy Land (Bethlehem)
5- The Wood that we use is organic, dry, and aged to prevent cracking in the future
7- We have served thousands of happily satisfied clients since 1925
8- You can always come and visit us in Bethlehem. Just look for mychristmashouse