Sterling Silver Garnet Fleur De Lis Cross Pendant New
cast in 925 sterling silver;
925 hallmark stamp sits on the pendant’s back;
features CZ stones in the red and clear finish;
pendant’s weight: 13 grams;
dimensions: 32 mm x 53 mm (1.25” x 2.10”);
necklace is not included;
we made this pendant by hand
We are convinced that Gothic jewelry should be intricate, stunning, and symbolic. At the same time, its mission is to emphasize a wearer’s originality and uniqueness. Our new Garnet Fleur de Lis Cross Pendant copes with both tasks gracefully. Its silver base lends itself well to beautiful swirly patterns, Christian symbolism piques interest, and respectable size makes it worthy of note.
Cross is one of the main motifs in Gothic. Well, we couldn’t help but incorporate it into this piece as well. As a universal symbol, it will suit Gothic ladies and gentlemen and everyone in between. We made sure it provides a few interesting details to meet the eye. Besides the obvious reference to Christianity, it also features fleur de lis pattern that represents perfection, light, and life. Heraldic lily is a Christian symbol, too, and it signifies the Holy Trinity.Gothic wouldn’t be Gothic if it didn’t introduce new ways in the rendition of Christian imagery. Whereas jewelry for believers is deprived of ornamentation, this cross pendant shows them off in abundance. Besides swirls and flowers, it accommodates a round CZ stone in the red finish as well as a few clear stones to add even more dazzling sparkling.
I love this pendant. Just like everything else from Biker Ring Shop!
This pendant is very beautiful. It's big, but not too big for me since I'm 6'2" tall/237 pounds. It weighs a lot, so I know I have the real deal. Make sure you get a strong enough necklace to support this pendant. I've purchased four rings, a necklace and this pendant from Biker Ring Shop already. I'm waiting for a new bracelet to come in as well. I'll keep buying from them because they provide quality jewelry at fair prices. The shipping takes a little while (two weeks on average), but it's worth the wait!