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Ancient & Olds Stories Today, as Cynthia Ann pursues her love of design, the "Ancient and Olds Collection" pieces have become an integral part of the collection; to say they have taken center stage is truly an understatement. Each of the medals is lovingly and uniquely designed to enhance its original history & beauty. Her collection holds a very special place in her heart - and she is excited to share it with others. Golgotha Cross The d eath and resurrection of Jesus Christ was a significant event in history. The precise location where he was crucified, buried and resurrected has intrigued Christians for many centuries. Golgotha is a hill near the city of Jerusalem on which Christ was crucified. The Golgotha cross has a beautiful spiritual meaning. Orthodox "Old Believers" Female Cross The Ancient "Old Believers" Female Cross was specifically designed with curves at each end. The crosses typically have beautiful feminine designs at each end. The Orthodox "Old Believers" were an Orthodox sect that broke from the official Russian Orthodox Church as a protest against church reforms; the schism took place in the 17th century. Orthodox "Old Believers" Male Cross The ancient "Old Believers" Male Cross is defined by it's straight lines and no curves. The crosses typically have the eight point cross in the center surrounded by delicate designs. The Orthodox "Old Believers" were an Orthodox sect that broke from the official Russian Orthodox Church as a protest against church reforms; the schism took place in the 17th century. Cross of Lorraine The Cross of Lorraine was adopted as a patriarchal cross and used by the Dukes of Lorraine. The two tiers of the cross represent higher authority. Hermetic alchemists of the Renaissance period used this as a symbol of earth and spirit by combining the square earth cross with the cross of Christ. This cross is also called the true cross. Today, the Cross of Lorraine is the symbol of the global fight against tuberculosis and lung diseases. Antique English Padlock The Antique English padlock was typically worn on a bracelet and given to a loved one to show how much they were loved. Before going off to war, gentlemen would leave the bracelet locked around his loved one's wrist and he would hold the key until his return. The heart shaped padlock was fashionable in the Victorian and Edwardian periods. Guardian Angel Medal Belief in guardian angels can be traced throughout all antiquity. This medal represents Your Guardian Angel that has been with you since you took your first breath and will be with you when you pass out of your body and return to the spiritual realms. This angel is unique to you and is there to guide you through your “spiritual journey” here on earth. She is a reminder of your faith in God and that you are never alone! Sacred Heart Medal The Sacred Heart of Jesus is one of the most famous religious devotions to Jesus’ physical heart as his divine love for humanity. On the Miraculous Medal, the Sacred Heart is crowned with thorns, while the Immaculate Heart of Mary that also appears on the medal, is pierced by a sword. The “M” signifies Mary at the foot of the cross when Jesus was being crucified. Miraculous Mary Medal As shown on the front side of the medal, Mary appeared before St. Catherine with outstretched arms and open hands from which shone beams of light symbolizing the Graces of Mary obtained for humankind. Mary is standing on the globe, crushing the head of a serpent (Satan). On the backside of the medal is the letter M (for Mary) surmounted by a bar (symbolizing earth), and a cross (symbolizing Christ). Underneath are the hearts of Jesus (with the crown of thorns) and Mary (pierced by a sword). The surrounding 12 stars represent the 12 apostles. Our Lady of Lujan Medal According to legend, in 1639, a peasant from Argentina, wishing to revive his neighbors' "belief in their early faith" ordered two statues from Brazil, one of the Immaculate Conception, the other the Blessed Virgin and her Son. When the caravan delivering them reached a small ranch on the outskirts of Lujan, the driver could not urge the horses on until the statue of the Immaculate Conception was removed, indicating Mary's own choice of where her shrine should be. Many miracles have been attributed to the statue, which now resides nearby in a cathedral built for the shrine in 1910. Our Lady of Lourdes Medal Also known as "the Lady in the Cave", is the name used to refer to the Marian apparition said to have appeared first to St. Bernadette, and then before various individuals on separate occasions around Lourdes, France. Many Catholics and some Christians believe her apparitions to have been of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The medal shows St. Bernadette kneeling at the feet of Our Lady in front of the cave where the apparition appeared, or Our Lady in her statuesque form. Saint Benedict Medal There is indeed no medal which possesses such wonderful power and protection from evil. On one side, the medal has a cross, the sign of our redemption, the protecting shield given to us by God to ward off the evil spirit. At the top of the cross usually stands the word PAX (peace) of the monogram I H S (Jesus). Vertically and horizontally the letters CSSML and NDSMD mean: May the holy Cross be my light, let not the dragon be my guide. Around the margin of the Medal, the letters VRSNSMV and SMQLIVB mean: "Begone, Satan! Suggest not vain things to me. Evil is the cup thou offerest; Drink thou thine own poison." Saint Michael Medal Saint Michael the Archangel was also known as "The Angel of the Lord". He was the leader of the war in Heaven against Satan and is usually depicted with a sword slaying an evil dragon. The sword is double edged: truth and justice. Known as the Archangel of battle and defender of Heaven, St. Michael is said to be the patron saint of police, mariners and sickness. He is also known as the "Protector of the Church". Saint George and the Dragon Saint George was a Greek who became an officer in the Roman Army. As a brave Christian, he gave up his position in the Roman Army to stand up for and die for Christianity. Soldiers are known to be devoted to him. Medals of St. George typically show him killing a dragon to rescue a beautiful lady. The dragon stands for wickedness. The lady stands for god's holy truth. St. George was a brave martyr who was victorious over the devil. St. Francis of Assisi Medals Known as the Patron Saint of Animals and Birds, St. Francis understood God's desire to love and respect all creatures, including the lowliest of all. He is known as the very first advocate for animals. St. Francis was also the founder of the religious order known as the Franciscans. He became reknowned for his love, simplicity and practice of poverty. Prayer of St. Francis of Assisi Lord, make me an instrument of your peace, where there is hatred, let me sow love; Where there is injury, pardon; Where there is doubt, faith; Where there is despair, hope; Where there is darkness, light; Where there is sadness, joy'; O Divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled, as to console; to be understood, as to understand; to be loved, as to love. For it is in giving that we receive. Ti is in pardoning that we are pardoned, And it is in dying that we are born to Eternal Life. Amen. Church Bell Medals Bells came into use in our churches as early as the year 400. They were used for summoning the faithful to religious services and also for giving alarm when danger threatened. Many Anglican, Catholic and Lutheran churches ring their church bells from bell towers three times a day, at 6:00 A.M., 12:00 P.M. and 6:00 P.M., summoning the Christian faithful to recite the Lord's Prayer. Watch Fobs Popular during the Victorian Era, watch fobs were medallions or ornaments attached to a pocket watch by a strap,chain, or ribbon to help the wearer locate and retrieve their timepiece. Similar to key chains, watch fobs came in a variety of types,each with its own style and function. Fobs could be decorative, informative, and functional, all at the same time. Created largely for men, today they are considered "mantiques." While many fobs were purely decorative, the rest were divided into three major categories: simple (the watch-owner's initials, state seals),fraternal (unions and organizations, including the military), and advertising (personal-sized billboard proclaiming everything from one's political allegiances to their local bank). Jetons Jetons were tokens or coin-like medals produced across Europe from the 13th through the 17th centuries. They were produced as counters for use in calculation on a lined board similar to an abacus. They also found use as money substitutes in games. In France and other countries, a jeton was also a small amount of money paid to members of a society or a legislative chamber each time they were present at a meeting. Love Tokens Love tokens were popular during the Victorian era. They were often exchanged between sweethearts as "tokens of love". This practice seems to have originated in Great Britain in the early 1800's and was most popular in the United States and in Canada shortly after the civil war until the early 1890's. Love Tokens are generally defined as coins on which one side (or sometimes both sides) has been smoothed down and engraved with names, phrases and/or scenes, as well as symbols of romance such as hearts, birds, flowers and sets of initials in love knots Vintage Pieces There is indeed Amidst her travels to Europe, Cynthia Ann found herself attracted to the meaning, fine craftsmanship and unique cut stones of the Victorian, Edwardian and Georgian era jewelry. These pieces have been lovingly "re-purposed" for you to "re-love". Swallows In many cultures, swallows symbolize everlasting love, as they are known to mate for life. The swallow also represents love, care, and affection towards family and friends, representing the loyalty of the person who will always return to them. Swallows are also known to carry souls to heaven, representing freedom and hope. Crescent Moons The Crescent moon has long been a symbol of transformation and transition as the moon moves through its cycles. The word "crescent" comes from the Latin verb "to grow" and typically refers to either the waxing or waning shape of the moon. Because of its association with growth, the crescent became a symbol for fertility. Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty, is often wearing a hair ornament in the shape of a crescent moon.

Ancient & Olds Stories Today, as Cynthia Ann pursues her love of design, the "Ancient and Olds Collection" pieces have become an integral part of the collection; to say they have taken center stage is truly an understatement. Each of the medals is lovingly and uniquely designed to enhance its original history & beauty. Her collection holds a very special place in her heart - and she is excited to share it with others. Golgotha Cross The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ was a significant event in history. The precise location where he was crucified, buried and resurrected has intrigued Christians for many centuries. Golgotha is a hill near the city of Jerusalem on which Christ was crucified. The Golgotha cross has a beautiful spiritual meaning. Orthodox "Old Believers" Female Cross The Ancient "Old Believers" Female Cross was specifically designed with curves at each end. The crosses typically have beautiful feminine designs at each end. The Orthodox "Old Believers" were an Orthodox sect that broke from the official Russian Orthodox Church as a protest against church reforms; the schism took place in the 17th century. Orthodox "Old Believers" Male Cross The ancient "Old Believers" Male Cross is defined by it's straight lines and no curves. The crosses typically have the eight point cross in the center surrounded by delicate designs. The Orthodox "Old Believers" were an Orthodox sect that broke from the official Russian Orthodox Church as a protest against church reforms; the schism took place in the 17th century. Cross of Lorraine The Cross of Lorraine was adopted as a patriarchal cross and used by the Dukes of Lorraine. The two tiers of the cross represent higher authority. Hermetic alchemists of the Renaissance period used this as a symbol of earth and spirit by combining the square earth cross with the cross of Christ. This cross is also called the true cross. Today, the Cross of Lorraine is the symbol of the global fight against tuberculosis and lung diseases. Antique English Padlock The Antique English padlock was typically worn on a bracelet and given to a loved one to show how much they were loved. Before going off to war, gentlemen would leave the bracelet locked around his loved one's wrist and he would hold the key until his return. The heart shaped padlock was fashionable in the Victorian and Edwardian periods. Guardian Angel Medal Belief in guardian angels can be traced throughout all antiquity. This medal represents Your Guardian Angel that has been with you since you took your first breath and will be with you when you pass out of your body and return to the spiritual realms. This angel is unique to you and is there to guide you through your “spiritual journey” here on earth. She is a reminder of your faith in God and that you are never alone! Sacred Heart Medal The Sacred Heart of Jesus is one of the most famous religious devotions to Jesus’ physical heart as his divine love for humanity. On the Miraculous Medal, the Sacred Heart is crowned with thorns, while the Immaculate Heart of Mary that also appears on the medal, is pierced by a sword. The “M” signifies Mary at the foot of the cross when Jesus was being crucified. Miraculous Mary Medal As shown on the front side of the medal, Mary appeared before St. Catherine with outstretched arms and open hands from which shone beams of light symbolizing the Graces of Mary obtained for humankind. Mary is standing on the globe, crushing the head of a serpent (Satan). On the backside of the medal is the letter M (for Mary) surmounted by a bar (symbolizing earth), and a cross (symbolizing Christ). Underneath are the hearts of Jesus (with the crown of thorns) and Mary (pierced by a sword). The surrounding 12 stars represent the 12 apostles. Our Lady of Lujan Medal According to legend, in 1639, a peasant from Argentina, wishing to revive his neighbors' "belief in their early faith" ordered two statues from Brazil, one of the Immaculate Conception, the other the Blessed Virgin and her Son. When the caravan delivering them reached a small ranch on the outskirts of Lujan, the driver could not urge the horses on until the statue of the Immaculate Conception was removed, indicating Mary's own choice of where her shrine should be. Many miracles have been attributed to the statue, which now resides nearby in a cathedral built for the shrine in 1910. Our Lady of Lourdes Medal Also known as "the Lady in the Cave", is the name used to refer to the Marian apparition said to have appeared first to St. Bernadette, and then before various individuals on separate occasions around Lourdes, France. Many Catholics and some Christians believe her apparitions to have been of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The medal shows St. Bernadette kneeling at the feet of Our Lady in front of the cave where the apparition appeared, or Our Lady in her statuesque form. Saint Benedict Medal There is indeed no medal which possesses such wonderful power and protection from evil. On one side, the medal has a cross, the sign of our redemption, the protecting shield given to us by God to ward off the evil spirit. At the top of the cross usually stands the word PAX (peace) of the monogram I H S (Jesus). Vertically and horizontally the letters CSSML and NDSMD mean: May the holy Cross be my light, let not the dragon be my guide. Around the margin of the Medal, the letters VRSNSMV and SMQLIVB mean: "Begone, Satan! Suggest not vain things to me. Evil is the cup thou offerest; Drink thou thine own poison." Saint Michael Medal Saint Michael the Archangel was also known as "The Angel of the Lord". He was the leader of the war in Heaven against Satan and is usually depicted with a sword slaying an evil dragon. The sword is double edged: truth and justice. Known as the Archangel of battle and defender of Heaven, St. Michael is said to be the patron saint of police, mariners and sickness. He is also known as the "Protector of the Church". Saint George and the Dragon Saint George was a Greek who became an officer in the Roman Army. As a brave Christian, he gave up his position in the Roman Army to stand up for and die for Christianity. Soldiers are known to be devoted to him. Medals of St. George typically show him killing a dragon to rescue a beautiful lady. The dragon stands for wickedness. The lady stands for god's holy truth. St. George was a brave martyr who was victorious over the devil. St. Francis of Assisi Medals Known as the Patron Saint of Animals and Birds, St. Francis understood God's desire to love and respect all creatures, including the lowliest of all. He is known as the very first advocate for animals. St. Francis was also the founder of the religious order known as the Franciscans. He became reknowned for his love, simplicity and practice of poverty. Prayer of St. Francis of Assisi Lord, make me an instrument of your peace, where there is hatred, let me sow love; Where there is injury, pardon; Where there is doubt, faith; Where there is despair, hope; Where there is darkness, light; Where there is sadness, joy'; O Divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled, as to console; to be understood, as to understand; to be loved, as to love. For it is in giving that we receive. Ti is in pardoning that we are pardoned, And it is in dying that we are born to Eternal Life. Amen. Church Bell Medals Bells came into use in our churches as early as the year 400. They were used for summoning the faithful to religious services and also for giving alarm when danger threatened. Many Anglican, Catholic and Lutheran churches ring their church bells from bell towers three times a day, at 6:00 A.M., 12:00 P.M. and 6:00 P.M., summoning the Christian faithful to recite the Lord's Prayer. Watch Fobs Popular during the Victorian Era, watch fobs were medallions or ornaments attached to a pocket watch by a strap,chain, or ribbon to help the wearer locate and retrieve their timepiece. Similar to key chains, watch fobs came in a variety of types,each with its own style and function. Fobs could be decorative, informative, and functional, all at the same time. Created largely for men, today they are considered "mantiques." While many fobs were purely decorative, the rest were divided into three major categories: simple (the watch-owner's initials, state seals),fraternal (unions and organizations, including the military), and advertising (personal-sized billboard proclaiming everything from one's political allegiances to their local bank). Jetons Jetons were tokens or coin-like medals produced across Europe from the 13th through the 17th centuries. They were produced as counters for use in calculation on a lined board similar to an abacus. They also found use as money substitutes in games. In France and other countries, a jeton was also a small amount of money paid to members of a society or a legislative chamber each time they were present at a meeting. Love Tokens Love tokens were popular during the Victorian era. They were often exchanged between sweethearts as "tokens of love". This practice seems to have originated in Great Britain in the early 1800's and was most popular in the United States and in Canada shortly after the civil war until the early 1890's. Love Tokens are generally defined as coins on which one side (or sometimes both sides) has been smoothed down and engraved with names, phrases and/or scenes, as well as symbols of romance such as hearts, birds, flowers and sets of initials in love knots Vintage Pieces There is indeed Amidst her travels to Europe, Cynthia Ann found herself attracted to the meaning, fine craftsmanship and unique cut stones of the Victorian, Edwardian and Georgian era jewelry. These pieces have been lovingly "re-purposed" for you to "re-love". Swallows In many cultures, swallows symbolize everlasting love, as they are known to mate for life. The swallow also represents love, care, and affection towards family and friends, representing the loyalty of the person who will always return to them. Swallows are also known to carry souls to heaven, representing freedom and hope. Crescent Moons The Crescent moon has long been a symbol of transformation and transition as the moon moves through its cycles. The word "crescent" comes from the Latin verb "to grow" and typically refers to either the waxing or waning shape of the moon. Because of its association with growth, the crescent became a symbol for fertility. Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty, is often wearing a hair ornament in the shape of a crescent moon.

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  • Spanish Silver Guardian Angel

    $5,400.00

    Belief in guardian angels can be traced throughout all antiquity. This French medal represents your Guardian Angel that has been with you since you took your first breath and will be with you when you pass out of your body and return to the spiritual realms. This angel is unique to you and is there to guide you through your “spiritual journey” here on earth. She is a reminder of your faith in God and that you are never alone. Antique Spanish Silver Guardian Angel Medal, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium Bezel, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. Champagne Diamond - 0.90tcw 14k Gold - 4.66g Black Rhodium Silver

  • French Guardian Angel Pointed Scallop

    $4,860.00

    Belief in guardian angels can be traced throughout all antiquity. This French medal represents your Guardian Angel that has been with you since you took your first breath and will be with you when you pass out of your body and return to the spiritual realms. This angel is unique to you and is there to guide you through your “spiritual journey” here on earth. She is a reminder of your faith in God and that you are never alone. Antique French Guaridan Angel Medal, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium Pointed Pave Scalloped Bezel, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. Champagne Diamond - 1.00tcw 14k Gold - 2.58g Black Rhodium SIlver

  • ST. Benedict

    $4,990.00

    There is indeed no medal which possess such a wonderful power and protection from evil. On one side, the medal has a cross, the sign of our redemption, the protection shield given to us by God to ward off evil spirit. At the top of the cross usually stands the word PAX (peace) of the monogram HIS (Jesus). Vertically & Horizontally the letters CSSML & NDSMD mean: May the holy Cross be the light, let not the dragon be the guide.

  • St Benedict

    $10,550.00

    There is indeed no medal which possess such a wonderful power and protection from evil. On one side, the medal has a cross, the sign of our redemption, the protection shield given to us by God to ward off evil spirit. At the top of the cross usually stands the word PAX (peace) of the monogram HIS (Jesus). Vertically & Horizontally the letters CSSML & NDSMD mean: May the holy Cross be the light, let not the dragon be the guide.

  • St. Benedict Diamond Inlay

    $6,075.00

    There is indeed no medal which possess such a wonderful power and protection from evil. On one side, the medal has a cross, the sign of our redemption, the protection shield given to us by God to ward off evil spirit. At the top of the cross usually stands the word PAX (peace) of the monogram HIS (Jesus). Vertically & Horizontally the letters CSSML & NDSMD mean: May the holy Cross be the light, let not the dragon be the guide.

  • Sacred Heart Diamond Inlay

    $5,050.00

    The Sacred Heart is often depicted in Christian art as a flaming heart[] shining with divine light, pierced by the lance-wound, encircled by the crown of thorns, surmounted by a cross, and bleeding. Sometimes the image is shown shining within the bosom of Christ with his wounded hands pointing at the heart. The wounds and crown of thorns allude to the manner of Jesus' death, while the fire represents the transformative power of divine love.

  • Small Vintage London Padlock

    $5,995.00

    The Antique English padlock was typically worn on a bracelet and given to a loved one to show how much they were loved. Before going off to war, gentlemen would leave the bracelet locked around his loved one’s wrist and he would hold the key until his return. The heart shaped padlock was fashionable in the Victorian and Edwardian periods. Small Vintage English London Padlock, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium Wide Pave Scalloped Bezel, Hanging from a Champage Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. 173 Champagne Diamonds - 1.80tcw 14k Gold - 3.32g Black Rhodium Silver

  • German Nativity Brass

    $6,075.00

    Cynthia Ann’s inspiration for her jewelry collection began as she was grieving the loss of her mother. Her spiritual journey led her to Europe where she started her precious collection of over 1,500 religious crosses and medals that date back to 450 A.D. through the early 1900’s. CynthiaAnn has “re-purposed” this Antique German Brass Nativity Medal for you to enjoy. Antique German Brass Nativity Medal, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium 6 Prong Bezel, Accented by Four 14k Yellow Gold Crosses, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. 63 Champagne Diamonds - 0.90tcw 14k Gold - 7.95g Black Rhodium Silver

  • Medieval 16c. Artifact Pendant RG

    $9,450.00

    It’s no secret that Vikings loved their jewelry. History shows us that they adorned themselves with a variety of decorative personal items crafted from bronze, silver and gold and both males and females would wear multiple pieces of jewelry. This included rings, pendants and bracelets. Their jewelry was chunky and heavy, made to withstand the rigors of battle and to proudly proclaim their heritage and riches. Medieval 16c. Artifact Pendant, Inlayed with Champagne Diamond in Flower Shape, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Rose Gold and Black Rhodium Silver Large Scalloped Bezel, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. 258 Champagne Diamonds - 1.8tcw 14k Gold - 8.15 Black Rhodium Silver

  • Ancient Medal with Inlay Pave Cross

    $6,650.00

    Cynthia Ann’s inspiration for her jewelry collection began as she was grieving the loss of her mother. Her spiritual journey led her to Europe where she started her precious collection of over 1,500 religious crosses and medals that date back to 450 A.D. through the early 1900’s. CynthiaAnn has “re-purposed” this Ancient Cross Medal for you to enjoy. Ancient Medal with Inlay Pave Cross, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium Scalloped Bezel, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. 179 Champagne Diamonds - 1.73tcw 14k Gold - 2.96g Black Rhodium Silver

  • Antique Miraculous Mary Medal

    $13,950.00

    Cynthia Ann’s inspiration for her jewelry collection began as she was grieving the loss of her mother. Her spiritual journey led her to Europe where she started her precious collection of over 1,500 religious crosses and medals that date back to 450 A.D. through the early 1900’s. CynthiaAnn has “re-purposed” this Antique Miraculous Mary Medal for you to enjoy. Antique Miraculous Mary Medal, Enhanced with an Inlayed Champagne Diamond Halo, Surrouned by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium Silver Shapes Bezel, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold, and Black Rhodium Silver Openable Bale. Champagne Diamond - 4.10tcw 14k Gold - Black Rhodium Silver

  • HQ Scallop Station Chain with YG ovals

    $1,900.00

    34" Marquise Station with Yellow Gold Ovals Chain

  • Medieval Spanish Flower Coin

    $5,925.00

    Cynthia Ann’s inspiration for her jewelry collection began as she was grieving the loss of her mother. Her spiritual journey led her to Europe where she started her precious collection of over 1,500 religious crosses and medals that date back to 450 A.D. through the early 1900’s. CynthiaAnn has “re-purposed” this Medieval Spanish Flower Coin for you to enjoy. Medieval Spanish Flower Coin, with Diamond Inlay on Flower Pattern, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium 6 Prong Bezel, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. 108 Champagne Diamonds - 1.10tcw 14k Gold - 2.28g Black Rhodium Silver

  • Antique Spanish St. Raphael Archangel

    $6,750.00

    Saint Raphael the Archangel is one of the seven archangels who stand before the throne of the Lord. Raphael means “God has Healed”. In the Book of Tolbit, Raphael is credited with driving the evil spirit from Sarah and restoring Tobits’s vision, allowing him to see the light of Heaven. Saint Raphael is the patron saint of Travelers, the blind and bodily ills. He is typically depicted holding a staff. He is also depicted holding or standing on a fish. Antique St. Raphael Archangel Medal, Surrouned by a Champagne Diamond and 14k Yellow Gold Four Prong Bezel, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond and 14k Yellow Gold Openable Bale. Champagne Diamond - 1.00tcw 14k Gold - 7.60g

  • 13-14c Kievan Cross

    $9,795.00

    The Christianizing of Kievan Russia dates back to 988 when Vladimir the Great, ruler over Kiev, agreed to turn away from paganism and accept Christianity in exchange for a marital tie. He was baptized and proceeded to baptize his family and the people of Kiev. During his Christian reign, Vladimir lived the teachings of the Bible through acts of charity. Ancient 13-14c. Russian Kievan Cross, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium Bezel, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. 105 Champagne Diamonds - 2.64cts 14k Gold - 2.94g Black Rhodium Silver

  • Sacred Heart Cross & Anchor

    $6,930.00

    The Sacred Heart is often depicted in Christian art as a flaming heart[] shining with divine light, pierced by the lance-wound, encircled by the crown of thorns, surmounted by a cross, and bleeding. Sometimes the image is shown shining within the bosom of Christ with his wounded hands pointing at the heart. The wounds and crown of thorns allude to the manner of Jesus' death, while the fire represents the transformative power of divine love. Antique Sacred Heart Cross & Anchor Medal, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium Flower Bezel, Inlayed with a Champagne Diamond Cross, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. Champagne Diamond - 1.4cts 14k Gold - 3.64g Black Rhodium Silver

  • Antique St. Benedict with Cross Inlay

    $6,495.00

    There is indeed no medal which possess such a wonderful power and protection from evil. On one side, the medal has a cross, the sign of our redemption, the protecting shield given to us by God to ward off evil spirit. At the top of the cross usually stands the word PAX (peace) of the monogram HIS (Jesus). Vertically & horizontally the letters CSSML & NDSMD mean: May the holy Cross be the light, let not the dragon be the guide. Antique St. Benedict Medal with Cross Inlay, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium 4 Prong Bezel, Inlayed with a Champagne Diamond Cross, Haning from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. Champagne Diamond - 0.75cts 14k Gold - 2.15g Black Rhodium Silver

  • ST. Benedict

    $5,925.00

    There is indeed no medal which possess such a wonderful power and protection from evil. On one side, the medal has a cross, the sign of our redemption, the protecting shield given to us by God to ward off evil spirit. At the top of the cross usually stands the word PAX (peace) of the monogram HIS (Jesus). Vertically & horizontally the letters CSSML & NDSMD mean: May the holy Cross be the light, let not the dragon be the guide. Antique St. Benedict Medal, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium Multi Shape Bezel, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. Champange Diamond - 1.42ctw 14k Gold - 2.24g Black Rhodium Silver

  • Antique S. Benedict

    $4,620.00

    There is indeed no medal which possess such a wonderful power and protection from evil. On one side, the medal has a cross, the sign of our redemption, the protecting shield given to us by God to ward off evil spirit. At the top of the cross usually stands the word PAX (peace) of the monogram HIS (Jesus). Vertically & horizontally the letters CSSML & NDSMD mean: May the holy Cross be the light, let not the dragon be the guide. Antique St. Benedict Medal, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond ,14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium 4 Prong Bezel, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. Champagne Dimaond - 0.86ctw 14k Gold - 2.44g Black Rhodium Silver

  • Antique St. Vincent Medal

    $5,200.00

    Cynthia Ann’s inspiration for her jewelry collection began as she was grieving the loss of her mother. Her spiritual journey led her to Europe where she started her precious collection of over 1,500 religious crosses and medals that date back to 450 A.D. through the early 1900’s. CynthiaAnn has “re-purposed” this Antique St. Vincent Medal for you to enjoy. Antique St. Vincent Medal, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium 4 Prong Bezel, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. Champagne Diamond - 1.06tcw 14k Gold - 2.39g

  • Antique Crucifixion and Lady Of Sorrows Medal

    $5,275.00

    Our Lady of Sorrows is a name the Virgin Mary is referred to in relation to the seven sorrows in her life. She is portrayed in deep sorrow with seven long knives or daggers piercing her heart, often bleeding. Mary’s fifth sorrow is the Crucification of Jesus, her sixth sorrow is the Piercing of the Side of Jesus, and her seventh sorrow is the Burial of Jesus. Antique Crucifixion and Our Lady of Sorrows Medal, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium 4 Prong Bezel, Hanging from a Champange Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. Champagne Diamond - 1.12tcw 14k Gold - 2.38g Black Rhodium Silver

  • Ancient Coin Pendant

    $5,895.00

    Cynthia Ann’s inspiration for her jewelry collection began as she was grieving the loss of her mother. Her spiritual journey led her to Europe where she started her precious collection of over 1,500 religious crosses and medals that date back to 450 A.D. through the early 1900’s. CynthiaAnn has “re-purposed” this Ancient Coin for you to enjoy. Ancient Coin Pendant, Surrounded by Champangne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium 4 Prong Bezel, Haning from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. Champagne Diamond - 1.18ctw 14k Gold - 2.36g Black Rhodium Silver

  • Medieval 16c Artifact

    $7,425.00

    It’s no secret that Vikings loved their jewelry. History shows us that they adorned themselves with a variety of decorative personal items crafted from bronze, silver and gold and both males and females would wear multiple pieces of jewelry. This included rings, pendants and bracelets. Their jewelry was chunky and heavy, made to withstand the rigors of battle and to proudly proclaim their heritage and riches. The Vikings created jewelry by making a wax mold and pouring melted metal into it.  The wax mold was broken once the metal had cooled and the piece was buffed until it shone.  This is called the “lost wax” method.  Early in their history the Norse jewelry was very simple but later the Vikings created beautiful, intricate pieces, but there was a nearly total lack of set stones.   Jewelry was worn for adornment but was also a means of exchange and used to seal friendships and alliances. Ancient 16c. Medieval Artifact, Inlayed Diamond Heart, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium Silver Shield Bezel, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. 181 Champagne Diamond - 1.20cts 14k Yellow Gold - 6.17g Black Rhodium Silver

  • French Guardian Angel Medal

    $6,300.00

    Belief in guardian angels can be traced throughout all antiquity. This French medal represents your Guardian Angel that has been with you since you took your first breath and will be with you when you pass out of your body and return to the spiritual realms. This angel is unique to you and is there to guide you through your “spiritual journey” here on earth. She is a reminder of your faith in God and that you are never alone. Antique French Guardian Angel Medal, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium 5 Prong Bezel, Accented by Four 14k Yellow Gold Crosses, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale.

  • 1800's French Sacred Heart

    $8,550.00

    The Sacred Heart is often depicted in Christian art as a flaming heart[] shining with divine light, pierced by the lance-wound, encircled by the crown of thorns, surmounted by a cross, and bleeding. Sometimes the image is shown shining within the bosom of Christ with his wounded hands pointing at the heart. The wounds and crown of thorns allude to the manner of Jesus' death, while the fire represents the transformative power of divine love. Antique French Sacred Heart from the 1800's, Inlayed with Pave Champagne Diamond Heart, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium Graduated Bezel, Hanging from a Champange Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. Champagne Diamond - 1.3cts 14k Gold - 4.24g Black Rhodium Silver

  • Antique French Medal W/ Cross

    $4,275.00

    Cynthia Ann’s inspiration for her jewelry collection began as she was grieving the loss of her Mother from cancer. Her spiritual journey led her to Europe where she started her precious collection of over 1,500 religious crosses and medals that date back to 450 A.D. through the early 1900’s. Cynthia Ann has “re-purposed” this Antique French Medal with Cross for you to enjoy. Antique French Medal, Inlayed with a Champagne Diamond Cross, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium Scalloped Bezel, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. Champagne Diamond - 0.4cts 14k Gold - 6.04g Black Rhodium Silver

  • Ancient Russian Byzantine Cross

    $8,550.00

    The Orthodox Cross, Byzantine or Russian Orthodox Cross is a variation of the Christian Cross could be found in every Eastern Orthodox Church and Catholic Church of the Byzantine Rite. One version of the Orthodox Cross has a long vertical bean crossed about two thirds of the way up by a horizontal beam that represents Pontius Pilates’s inscription “Jesus of Nazorean, the King of the Jews” and a lower beam representing the foot rest upon which our Lord’s feet were mailed. The lower beam is slanting up toward heaven. Many Orthodox crosses have trefoils. Ancient Russian Byzantine Cross, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium 6 Prong Bezel, Accented by Four 14k Yellow Crosses, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. Champagne Diamond - 1.2cts 14k Gold - 8.02g

  • 16c. Medeival Flower Pendant

    $6,750.00

    It’s no secret that Vikings loved their jewelry. History shows us that they adorned themselves with a variety of decorative personal items crafted from bronze, silver and gold and both males and females would wear multiple pieces of jewelry. This included rings, pendants and bracelets. Their jewelry was chunky and heavy, made to withstand the rigors of battle and to proudly proclaim their heritage and riches. The Vikings created jewelry by making a wax mold and pouring melted metal into it.  The wax mold was broken once the metal had cooled and the piece was buffed until it shone.  This is called the “lost wax” method.  Early in their history the Norse jewelry was very simple but later the Vikings created beautiful, intricate pieces, but there was a nearly total lack of set stones.   Jewelry was worn for adornment but was also a means of exchange and used to seal friendships and alliances. Ancient 16c. Medeival Flower Pendant, Inlayed with Champagne Diamonds, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium 6 Prong Bezel, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. 104 Champagne Diamonds - 1.50cts 14k Gold - 1.65g Black Rhodium Silver

  • German Guardian Angel

    $7,200.00

    Belief in guardian angels can be traced throughout all antiquity. This French medal represents your Guardian Angel that has been with you since you took your first breath and will be with you when you pass out of your body and return to the spiritual realms. This angel is unique to you and is there to guide you through your “spiritual journey” here on earth. She is a reminder of your faith in God and that you are never alone. Antique German Guardian Angel, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond and 14k Yellow Gold 6 Prong Set Multi Size Diamond Bezel, Accented by 4 14k Yellow Gold Crosses, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond and 14k Yellow Gold Openable Bale. Champagne Diamond - 1.0ct 14k Yellow Gold - 10.9g

  • 1930's German IHS Medal

    $6,750.00

    Cynthia Ann’s inspiration for her jewelry collection began as she was grieving the loss of her mother. Her spiritual journey led her to Europe where she started her precious collection of over 1,500 religious crosses and medals that date back to 450 A.D. through the early 1900’s. CynthiaAnn has “re-purposed” this Antique German IHS Medal for you to enjoy. Antique 1930's German IHS Medal, Inlayed with a Champagne Diamond Cross, Surrounded by a Champange Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium Dot and Leaf Bezel, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. Chamagne Diamond - 0.9ct 14k Gold - 7.78g

  • Belgium Guardian Angel

    $5,850.00

    Belief in guardian angels can be traced throughout all antiquity. This French medal represents Your Guardian Angel that has been with you since you took your first breath and will be with you when you pass out of your body and return to the spiritual realms. This angel is unique to you and is there to guide you through your “spiritual journey” here on earth. She is a reminder of your faith in God and that you are never alone! Antique Belgian Guardiand Angel, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium Multi Shape Bezel, Hanging from a Champange Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. Champange Diamond - 0.70ct 14k Gold - 6.39g Black Rhodium Siver

  • French Guardian Angel Medal

    $9,000.00

    Belief in guardian angels can be traced throughout all antiquity. This French medal represents Your Guardian Angel that has been with you since you took your first breath and will be with you when you pass out of your body and return to the spiritual realms. This angel is unique to you and is there to guide you through your “spiritual journey” here on earth. She is a reminder of your faith in God and that you are never alone! Antique French Guaridan Angel, Surrounded by a Champange Diamond and 14k Yellow Gold Channel Set Bale, Hanging from a Champange Diamond and 14k Yellow Gold Openable Bale

  • French St. Benedict Medal

    $8,100.00

    There is indeed no medal which possess such a wonderful power and protection from evil. On one side, the medal has a cross, the sign of our redemption, the protecting shield given to us by God to ward off evil spirit. At the top of the cross usually stands the word PAX (peace) of the monogram HIS (Jesus). Vertically & horizontally the letters CSSML & NDSMD mean: May the holy Cross be the light, let not the dragon be the guide. Antique French St. Benedict Medal, Inlayed with a Champange Diamond Cross, Surrounded by a Champange Diamond and 14k Yellow Gold Channel Set Bezel, Hanging from a Champange Diamond and 14k Yellow Gold Openable Bale Champange Diamond - 1.40cts 14k Yellow Gold - 7.34g

  • 1930's French Virgin & Child Medal

    $6,750.00

    Mary, the mother of Jesus, commonly referred to as Mary, Mother of God, Saint Mary, Virgin Mary and Blessed Virgin Mary, is one of the most admired figures in Scripture and considered by many to be the greatest of all Christian saints. She was a willing servant who trusted God and obeyed His call. While her life held great honor, her calling also required great suffering. Though there was joy in motherhood, there was great pain in the privilege of being the mother of the Messiah. Despite these things, she responded to God with great obedience and submission to His plan. Antique 1930's French Virgin Mary and Child Medal, Surrounded by a Champange Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium 6 Prong Multi Size DIamond Bezel with 14k Yellow Gold Cross Accents, Haning from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale.

  • German St. Francis of Assisi

    $5,625.00

    Known as the Patron Saint of Animals and Birds, St. Francis of Assisi understood God’s desire to love and respect all creatures, including the lowliest of all. He is known as the very first advocate for animals. St. Francis was also the founder of the religious order known as the Franciscans. He became renowned for his love, simplicity and practice of poverty. Antique German St. Francis of Assisi Medal, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium Silver Scalloped Bezel with 14k Yellow Gold Cross Accents, Hanging from a Champange Diamond, 14k Gold and Black Rhodium Openable Bale. Champagne Diamond - 0.70cts 14k Gold - 7.69g Black Rhodium Silver

  • Tiny Bead Full Round bezel with Tulip Heart Padlock Locket

    $5,150.00

    The Antique English padlock was typically worn on a bracelet and given to a loved one to show how much they were loved. Before going off to war, gentlemen would leave the bracelet locked around his loved one’s wrist and he would hold the key until his return. The heart shaped padlock was fashionable in the Victorian and Edwardian periods. Anique English Padlock, Surrounded by a Champagne Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold and Black Rhodium Dot Bezel, Hanging from a Champagne Diamond, 14k Gold, and Black Rhodium Openable Bale.

  • LG RSE CT RG STARBURST

    $6,125.00

    ANT-5349

  • PVE SCLLP ST HUBERT RND

    $5,250.00

    133 CH DIA, 1.47 TW

  • Orthodox Christian Medal Pendant

    Cynthia Ann is a Huston based designer and her collection “Ancient & Old” consists of authentic vintage crosses & coins. She hand picks each piece and repurposes them into pendants. The original coins & crosses were made by hand, not machines, and were calling to be "re-purposed" and "re-loved". The history, brilliant craftsmanship and unique stones are what drew her to each precious piece. Each piece is lovingly and uniquely designed to enhance its original history and beauty making it one of a kind. Diamond weight 1.70ct, 14k Yellow Gold 14.3g, Sterling Silver.
    $8,595.00

    Cynthia Ann is a Huston based designer and her collection “Ancient & Old” consists of authentic vintage crosses & coins. She hand picks each piece and repurposes them into pendants. The original coins & crosses were made by hand, not machines, and were calling to be "re-purposed" and "re-loved". The history, brilliant craftsmanship and unique stones are what drew her to each precious piece. Each piece is lovingly and uniquely designed to enhance its original history and beauty making it one of a kind. Diamond weight 1.70ct, 14k Yellow Gold 14.3g, Sterling Silver.

  • Classic Crowned Heart Pendant

    $4,995.00

    Beautifully Crowned Diamond Heart Pendant

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