St Brigid Cross Sterling Silver Two Sided 18" Standard Chain Made in Ireland
SKU: S4974 - BM
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- St. Brigid Cross measures approximately 1” tall by 7/8” wide on an 18” long sterling silver chain.
- Crafted from sterling silver for a nickel and allergy free pendant.
- Comes gift boxed for a lovely presentation when gifting.
- Made in Co. Dublin, Ireland by Solvar. Hallmark stamped at Dublin Castle.
- Ships same day within the USA.
You'll go about your day in confidence with this St. Brigid's Celtic Cross! For centuries, it has been customary to fashion a St. Brigid's cross out of straw and place it at the entrance of the home on Brigid's holiday, February 1st. The idea is that the cross would protect the occupants of the home; today, children still weave the crosses in school, and they're hung in homes and cars! This pendant will bring you the same protection the straw crosses do!
The double sided pendant is crafted from authentic sterling silver, and is stamped at the Assay Office in Dublin Castle to assure its quality. The Cross measures approximately 7/8” wide and 1” tall. It comes on an 18” long sterling silver standard chain, also known as a rolo chain, which is comfortably thin and durable. This pendant is made by Solvar located in Co. Dublin, Ireland. Solvar is a family owned company that has been making high quality Celtic jewelry for over seven decades. Get this St. Brigid's Celtic Cross for yourself or a loved one today!
This St. Brigid's Cross necklace has been hallmark stamped at the Assay Office in Dublin, Ireland, assuring its quality. The small hallmark stamp often requires a magnifying glass to locate and features a .925 stamp designating genuine sterling silver, the Solvar logo, the Assay Office logo, and a traditional fineness mark. Read more about jewelry hallmarking here.
To care for quality jewelry, make sure each piece is stored separately. Store in a dry, clean place in a divided jewelry box or individual boxes. It is good to bring in your fine jewelry to a professional jeweler for cleaning once a year. Jewelry can be cleaned by hand using a liquid jewelry cleaner, found in jewelry stores, or gentle soap and water. Keep your jewelry away from harsh chemicals such as bleach, as that will harm and dull most fine materials. Remove jewelry before showering.