A Complete collection of religious jewelry, catholic patron saint medals, guardian angel lapel pins, and christian crosses. Specializing in catholic gifts first holy communion gift ideas and confirmation gifts.
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St. Aaron
St. Aedan of Ferns
St. Agatha
St. Agnes of Rome
St. Albert
St. Alexander
St. Alexandra
St. Alice
St. Aloysius Gonzaga
St. Alphonsus
St. Ambrose
St. Anastasia
St. Andrew
St. Angela Merici
St. Anne
St. Anthony
St. Apollonia
St. Athanasius
St. Augustine of Hippo
St. Augustine
St. Austin
St. Barbara
St. Barnabas
St. Bartholomew the Apostle
St. Basil the Great
St. Benedict
St. Benjamin
St. Bernadette
St. Bernard of Clairvaux
St. Bernard of Montjoux
St. Blaise
St. Blessed Karolina Kozkowna
St. Bonaventure
St. Bonaface
St. Brendan the Navagator
St. Brigid of Ireland
St. Briget of Sweden
St. Bruno
St. Camillus
St. Caroline Gerhardinger
St. Casmir of Poland
St. Catherine Laboure
St. Catherine of Siena
St. Cecila
St. Charles
St. Christian Demosthenes
St. Christina the Astonishing
St. Christopher
St. Clare of Assisi
St. Colette
St. Cosmos / Damian
St. Damian Molokai
St. Daniel
St. David of Wales
St. Deborah
St. Dennis
St. Dismas
St. Dominic Guzman
St. Dorothy
St. Dymphna
St. Edith Stein
St. Edward
St. Edward the Confessor
St. Elizabeth
St. Elizabeth of Hungary
St. Elmo
St. Emily de Vialar
St. Eugene de Mazenod
St. Florian
St. Frances de Sales
St. Frances Xavier
St. Francis Mother Cabrini
St. Francis of Assisi
St. Gabriel the Archangel
St. Gabriel Possenti
St. Gemma Galgani
St. Genesius
St. Genevieve
St. George
St. Gerard Majella
St. Germaine Cousin
St. Gertrude of Nivelles
St. Grace
St. Gregory the Great
St. Helen
St. Henry
St. Hildegard Von Bingen
St. Hubert
St. Ignatius of Loyola
St. Isaac Jogues
St. Isabella of Portugal
St. Isadore of Seville
St. Isadore the Farmer
St. James
St. James the Greater
St. James the Lesser
St. Jane of Valois
St. Jason
St. Jerome
St. Joan of Arc
St. John Bosco
St. John Neumann
St. John of God
St. John of the Cross
St. John the Baptist
St. John the Evangelist
St. John Vianney
St. Joseph
St. Joseph of Cupertino
St. Joseph the Worker
St. Joshua
St. Juan de La Cruz
St. Juan Diego
St. Jude Thaddeus
St. Julia Billiart
St. Julie Billiart
St. Justin
St. Kateri
St. Katherine Drexel
St. Kevin
St. Kilian
St. Lawrence
St. Lazarus
St. Leo the Great
St. Lidwina of Schiedam
St. Lillian
St. Louis
St. Lucia of Syracuse
St. Lucy
St. Luke
St. Madeline Sophie Barat
St. Marcellin Champagnat
St. Margaret
St. Maria Faustina
St. Maria Goretti
St. Maria Stein
St. Marie Magdalen Postel
St. Mark
St. Martha
St. Martin de Tours
St. Martin
St. Mary Magdalene
St. Matilda
St. Matthew
St. Maurus
St. Maximilian Kolbe
St. Michael
St. Monica
St. Nicholas
St. Patrick
St. Paul the Apostle
St. Peregrine
St. Perpetua
St. Peter Nolasco
St. Peter the Apostle
St. Petronille
St. Philip Neri
St. Philomena
St. Pio Pietrelcina
St. Placidus
St. Rachael
St. Raphael
St. Raymond Nonnatus
St. Rebecca
St. Remigius of Reims
St. Richard
St. Rita
St. Robert Bellarmine
St. Roch
St. Rose of Lima
St. Samuel
St. Sarah
St. Scholastica
St. Sebastian
St. Sharbel
St. Sophia
St. Stanislaus
St. Stephanie
St. Stephen
St. Susanna
St. Tarcisius
St. Teresa Avila
St. Theresa of Calcutta
St. Therese
St. Thomas
St. Thomas More
St. Timothy
St. Ursula
St. Valentine of Rome
St. Veronica
St. Victor of Marceilles
St. Victoria
St. Vincent de Paul
St. Vincent Ferrer
St. Walburga
St. Walter of Pontnoise
St. Wenceslaus
St. William of Rochester
St. Zachary
St. Zita
Prophet Isaiah
Mother Cabrini
Blessed Pier Giogio Frassati
Caridad del Cobre
Matka Boska
Madonna del Ghisallo
Miraculous Medal
Mother Mary Medals
Our Lady of Africa
Our Lady of All Nations
Our Lady of Consolation
Our Lady of Fatima
Our Lady of Good Councel
Our Lady of Guadalupe
Our Lady of Hope
Our Lady of Knock
Our Lady of La Sallete
Our Lady of La Vang
Our Lady of Lebanon
Our Lady of Loretto
Our Lady of Lourdes
Our Lady of Medugorje
Our Lady of Mercy
Our Lady of Mount Caramel
Our Lady of Peace
Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Our Lady of Providence
Our Lady of San Juan
Our Lady of Seven Sorrows
Our Lady of the Railroad
Our Lady Star of the Sea
Sacred Heart of Mary
Large Crosses
Medium Crosses
Small Crosses
Byzantine Crosses
Canterbury Cross
Caravaca Cross
Celtic Crosses
Celtic Kilispeen Cross
Celtic Scriptures Cross
Christ Risen Cross
Christine Cross
Claddah Crosses
Crown of Thorns Cross
Cursillio Crucifix
Dagmar Cross
Daimond Crosses
Engraved Crosses
Florentine Cross
Forgivness Cross
Four Leaf Clover Cross
Four Way Cross
Five Way Cross
Franciscan Cross
Golgotha Cross
Crosses with Hearts
Hearts with crosses
Irene Cross
Jerusalem Cross
Jesus Heart with Cross
Jesus Mary and Joseph Cross
La Salette Cross
Maltese Cross
Mariner Cross
Methodist Cross
Modern Cross
Orthodox Crosses
Papal Crucifix (Pope's Cross)
Pardon Crucifix
Pectoral Cross
Phos Zoe Cross
Plain and Simple Crosses
Rose Cross
Russian Kiev Cross
Russian Orthodox Crosses
Russian St. Olga Crosses
Russian Valadimir Cross
San Damiano Crucifix
Silver Crosses
Star of David with Cross
St. Andrews Cross
St. Benedict Cross
Styled yellow and white gold
Surfer Cross
Widows Mite Crosses
Baby Badges
Holy Spirit
Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit
Shamrock - St. Patricks Day
St. Patricks Medals
Angel Lapel Pins
Angel Pendants
Angel Pins
Baby Badges
Blessed Trinity Medal
Caridad de Cobre
Christ Head
Christian Life Medal
Face of Jesus
Faith Hope and Charity
Protestant Faith Medals
Five Way Medals
Four Way Medals
Holy Family Medal
Holy Spirit
Ichthus - Christian Fish
Infant Jesus
Infant of Prague
Jesus Mary and Joseph Medal
Madonna del Ghisallo Medal
Matka Boska
Miraculous Medals
Mizpah - Friendship Coin
Monstrance Pin Pendant
Mother Mary Medals
Nativity Charms
Nino de Atocha
Pope John Paul
Praying Hands
Prophet Isaiah
Religious Lapel Pins
Religious Lockets
Religious Medical Medals
Religious Military Medals
Rosary Beads
Rosary Rings
Sacred Heart of Jesus
Sacred Heart of Mary
Seven Gift of the Holy Spirit
Shamrock Pendant
Star of David with Cross
The Lord is my Shepherd
Three Doctors Medal
Widows Mite Crosses
Field Hockey
Figure Skating
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Marching Band
Martial Arts
Track and Field
Other Sports Medals
Religious Rings
Chastity Rings
Prayer Rings
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Star of David
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Byzantine Cross Jewelry
Byzantine Canterbury Cross
This replica of the unusual Byzantine Canterbury Cross is available as a pendant in both sterling silver and gold. The original of this cross was discovered in 1867 on St. George’s Street, Canterbury, England. The smooth triangular forms that decorate each arm of the cross combined with the geometric center, add an oddly modern touch to this ancient piece of art. It’s triangular panels show an Eastern influence not so unusual when you consider the year of its origin, 850 A.D. Constantinople was so revered at that time, prior to the Great Schism of the Church in 1054, that even the people of faraway England copied aspects of Byzantine art. There in Constantinople, were the sacred relics, such as the true cross and the Virgin’s girdle, that all Christians wished to come and worship. Furthermore, the Byzantine Empire itself was idolized for its riches, culture and sophistication. Interestingly, the first Archbishop of Canterbury, Theodore from Tarsus in Asia Minor, was a Greek. The Byzantine Canterbury Cross was originally cast in bronze, but it appears just as uniquely beautiful in one of the more precious metals. Wear it to honor the common origins of all Christianity or simply because it is a handsome piece of Christian jewelry.
Silver Byzantine Crosses
Christine Cross
All of Europe yearned to emulate the styles of the sophisticated Byzantine Empire during the early Middle Ages. Hence this 11th century cross found in the tomb of Queen Christine of Denmark(1545-1590) shows the Byzantine influence with its prominent top bar. The piece you see here is a perfect model of the original two-sided cross. On the back is an image of the Virgin Mary with Greek letters meaning “mother of God.” Greek letters are seen also on the front reading “Jesus Christ, King of Glory, conquers” from top to bottom. The design of this lovely cross is simple, with a delicate outline and tiny decorative circles accentuating the curved background of the crucifix. Queen Christine remained a fervent Catholic at a time when Lutheranism was overtaking Denmark. Who knows how much this antiquated crucifix might have meant to her, found as it was in her grave? You wear a piece of history when you wear this Christine Cross.
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Dagmar Cross
This eleventh century cross was found around the neck of Queen Dagmar of Denmark who was born around 1189 A.D, when her grave was opened in 1690. She was married only briefly to Valdemar II (the Victorious) before she died, but he is remembered as one of Denmark’s greatest kings. Legend has it that, after he was victorious in battle, a red cloth with a white cross fell from the sky. This became the national flag of Denmark. The Dagmar Cross is historically a Catholic cross, however, associated with a Danish queen, it has become a favorite cross of the primarily Lutheran people of Scandinavia, and is now thought of as a Lutheran cross. Germans, also are fond of this cross because Queen Dagmar was born in Bohemia. This intricate cross is in the Byzantine style, as so much of Middle Ages art was, and features five images enclosed in circles on the front. The face of Jesus is in the middle, surrounded by the Virgin Mary, St. Basil, St. John the Baptist and St. John Chrystostom, “the golden-tongued.” The back of the Dagmar cross shows Christ crucified. This sterling silver, intricately-worked cross makes a beautiful pendant, especially meaningful for someone of Danish or German ancestry.
Gold Byzantine Crosses
Golgotha Cross
The skull featured at the bottom of this Byzantine style cross classifies it as a Golgotha cross. The skull represents Adam who,
according to tradition, was buried there at Golgotha. Christ became the new Adam, and by dying on the cross, saved the first Adam and all of mankind. Three crossbars are evident, as in all Byzantine crosses, the top one representing the placard put above Jesus’s head by Pilate, the center one where Christ’s hands were nailed and the bottom crosspiece where his feet were nailed. No one knows why the bottommost crossbar is slanted but legend has it that it points upward to the good thief, Dysmas, and down toward the bad thief. Another tradition states that the slanted foot bar is in emulation of St. Andrew’s cross. The Greek letters meaning Jesus Christ are seen on either side of the middle crossbar. This little cross, created with such detail and meaning, makes a wonderful pendant in either sterling silver or gold.
Byzantine Crosses
Irene Cross
This intricately worked ancient Byzantine Greek Orthodox crucifix is known as the Irene cross after Saint Irene, a beloved saint of the Orthodox Church. Irene was picked to wed the twelve-year-old Emperor Michael of Constantinople, but before she could reach the palace, another wedding took place. She was filled with joy at the news because a hermit had told her she would spend her life serving God in a convent. She sold all her slaves and belongings and joined the Chrysovolantou Convent, eventually becoming its abbess. She led an exemplary life for 102 years and many healings were attributed to her both during her life and after her death. This crucifix shows a raised image of Jesus within a simple cross outline, which lies against a decorated curved cross background. The intricate ornamentation surrounding the crucifix highlights its simplicity.
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Russian Orthodox Cross
This Russian Orthodox cross is not modeled on the three bar cross as so many Russian crosses are. There is no slanted footrest. The focus of the pendant , the cross within a cross is in fact so simple as to be almost Protestant. However the Byzantine influence is evident in the trio of curves at each end of the cross. This cross is further decorated with the Greek letters IC and XC signifying Jesus Christ and NI and KA meaning "conquers". It comes in both silver and gold and is one of the simplest versions of the Russian Orthodox cross that you will find.
Byzantine Cross
St. Olga Cross
This cross, named after St. Olga, possibly the first Russian saint, consists of a dark and plain St. Andrew’s cross against a curved gold or silver background cross. St. Olga was born in the late ninth century and married to the Grand Duke Igor in 903A.D. She was baptized a Christian in 957A.D. and tried to convince her son to Christianize Russia. Her wish was eventually fulfilled by her grandson, Vladimir.


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