Silver Jerusalem Cross Necklace with Bethlehem Star (Dome-shaped)

59 $

Envelop yourself in celestial elegance with our Silver Jerusalem Cross Necklace with Bethlehem Star, uniquely adorned with a captivating dome shape of the iconic Bethlehem Star. Meticulously crafted from sterling silver, this exquisite piece resonates with the sacred heritage of Bethlehem, capturing the essence of divine beauty and spiritual significance.

Our Necklace is represented as a symbol of timeless grace and reverence, as the dome-shaped pendant and Bethlehem Star infuse your ensemble with celestial charm.


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Silver Jerusalem Cross Necklace with Bethlehem Star (Dome-shaped):

  • Delivery is available within 15 days
  • Brand: Bethlehem Jewelry Factory, Holy Land
  • Factory-Direct Prices
  • Metal stamp: 925
  • Metal:  Silver
  • Material: 1.8gr
  • Diameter: 0.75 inches (19mm)
  • Height: 0.75 inches (19mm)
  • Width: 0.75 inches (19mm)
  • Made in the Holy Land
  • Made from high-quality Sterling Silver for lasting durability and a brilliant shine.
The Jerusalem Cross Story

Wearing the Jerusalem Cross isn’t just a trend, but also a deep symbolism, it is one of the most recognizable religious symbols in the world and is one of the central themes in Christianity.

Here are some interesting facts about it:

1- The central cross stands for Christ and the four smaller crosses stand for the 4 evangelists John, Luke, Mark, and Matthew.

2- The 5 crosses represent the five nations that figured in The Crusades: Great Britain, France, Spain, Germany, and Italy.

Jerusalem cross symbolism
the story behind the jerusalem cross


3- The large cross represents Christ as the strength at the center of Christianity and the smaller crosses as the 4 corners of the earth to which the faith spread.

4- The crosses represent the wounds that Christ suffered when He was crucified; the central cross for the wound on His side, and the 4 smaller crosses for the wounds on His hands and feet.

5- Crusaders used the Jerusalem Cross, displaying it on their papal banner from Pope Urban II. Godfrey de Bouillon, a leader in the Crusades, later adopted it as his personal coat of arms. He became the first ruler of Jerusalem after successfully driving out Muslims in the First Crusade (1099).


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