This time I have for you two rare and unique 19th Century French Cherub Cross-Pendants. The unique feature is the four Cherubs; one on each end. They look just adorable and will make perfect pendants for use in many ways. Hung from a leather rope, linen-twine or a silk or velvet cord to embellish the Christmas Season. Or worn as a unique piece of jewelry. Hung with a special photograph, possibilities are endless and I leave that up to the ability of the new owner! As usual, available from my Zen Cart powered on line boutique: Mariette's Back to Basics, see below post. My previous 925 Gilded Silver Raphael Angel Pendant only did last four hours after posting here on Blogger. There is also only one of the lace-work Cherubs in the Acrylic Frame with Transparent Acrylic Bolts & Nuts left...
One is turned backwards and the Cherub Heads are two-sided as you see.
Both crosses are identical.
Have any of you ever seen such crosses with cherubs on all four ends?
Does any of you know more about its meaning?
Please let us know!
They measure 3.5" or 7.5cm in length.
More info on my website, see below.
19th Century French Cherub Cross Pendant Zen Cart powered on line boutique: Mariette's Back to Basics