An antique emerald and diamond cross pendant, circa 1915 set with cushion-cut emeralds, within an old-cut diamond frame; estimated total diamond weight: 1.10 carats; mounted in eighteen karat gold and platinum.; length: 1 1/8in.
19th century amethyst and diamond cross pendant, c.1890, each arm formed by an elongated fancy cut stone with pointed terminal, a square cut stone to centre, the border spaced by diamond collet highlights, foliate diamond cluster suspension loop, open set in gold
The Gold Cube Cross - jewelry by Salvador Dali, Figueres, Spain.
The precise differences in theology that caused the split with the Coptic Christians are still disputed, highly technical, and mainly concerned with the nature of Christ. The foundational roots of the Church are based in Egypt, but it has a worldwide following.
A topaz and chrysoberyl cross pendant, circa 1830 The Latin cross set with circular-cut and cushion-shaped pink topaz and chrysoberyl, in foiled closed-back settings, within a gold cannetille surround, length 7.3cm
Rare and Unusual Fabergé Oxidized Gold Crucifix of the Protopresbyter (Confessor) of Tsar Alexander III and Maria Fedorovna- by Fabergé workmaster Erik Kollin, St. Petersburg, c1885 (Heritage Auctions)