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Canterbury Pectoral Cross

Product Description

Polished from pewter and finished with a 30” rhodium chain, this 3” diameter beautiful cross comes with a convenient gift box for that special occasion.  It features a small square in the center, from which four arms extend wider on the outside so that the arms look like triangles which represent the Trinity, united in perfect harmony, and with its round wheel effect, it symbolizes setting into motion acts of love, service, and faith. Makes a great gift!

Did you know. . .

The original Canterbury Cross, dating from circa 850 AD was excavated in 1867 in St. George's Street, Canterbury, England. It was subsequently bequeathed by Dr. H. Wacher to the Canterbury Heritage Museum where it now resides.  Today, the Canterbury Cross has acquired widespread fame as a symbol of Canterbury Cathedral, the Mother Church of the worldwide Anglican Communion.


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    • SKU: 532752
    • Manufacturer: Terra Sancta Guild
    • ISBN 13: X532752
    • UPC: 813540011807
    • UMPH: 532752
    • Format: Other
    • Width: 4.20 inches
    • Height: 0.85 inches
    • Length: 4.20 inches
    • Weight: 0.02 pounds

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