Church Cross Charm

Church Cross Charm

14K yellow gold

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Material: Gold Article number: 1866950 Weight: 6 g Diameter: 10 mm
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Fast delivery: Quick Posti home deliveries for all orders in Finland.
Payment methods: American Express, Visa, Visa Electron, Mastercard and Paypal
Free exchange / returns within 14 days of order delivery

All orders made before the end of December ship with a free gift item:
Kalevala Jewelry Christmas Ornament, value 15 EUR

Christmas deliveries to Finland: order before 10am (Finnish time) on December 21st to receive the order before Christmas. The jewelry comes in Kalevala Jewelry box which is a perfect gift wrap as such - no additional wrapping is needed. 

Church cross ( Church 850Y. )

It is generally considered that ecclesiastical activities began in Finland in 1155, when Bishop Henry and King Erik of Sweden made the first crusade to Finland. Jewellery marking the 850th anniversary of the church in Finland features the date engraved in Roman numerals. The motif for the jewellery comes from the consecration cross that the bishop drew in holy oil on the walls of old churches to signify their consecration and the twelve apostles. The church cross is a well-known motif appearing in many murals in mediaeval Finnish churches.

Mari Saari

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Kalevala Jewelry

Kalevala Kory Oy (Kalevala Jewelry) is one of the largest jewelry manufacturers in northern Europe. The company designs, manufactures and markets high-quality gold, silver and bronze jewelry, and owns two high-level consumer brands: Kalevala Jewelry and Lapponia Jewelry.

Recycled gold and silver

Our production uses recycled gold and silver. Environmentally-friendly production is a core value at Kalevala Jewelry.

Made in Finland

All Kalevala Jewelry products are designed and manufactured in Finland and the production favors local raw materials.