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Altar, Pectoral & Blessing CROSSES


Each item is religious artifact used during various church ceremonies and is made following the long-established canons of the Christian church. It is an indelible addition to any religious collection and would also make for a wonderful church donation or gift.


CR001 Brass Three-Barred Blessing Cross (Russian Style)
Description: This is a brand new brass three-barred Blessing Cross (6" x 10 5/8") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and decorated with engraved religious symbolic signs. It bears the letters IHS symbolizing "Jesus the Savior of Humanity". It is held by the priest in his hand and used at various points in the services delivering the homily or when offering blessings. It is venerated with a kiss by the people at the end of most services indicating the central place of Pascha (Easter) in Orthodoxy.

Three-barred blessing cross: the upper bar represents the title of the cross, the second the arms, and the lowest, which is always inclined at an angle, the suppedaneum or foot-rest. The hand cross is used in blessing and preaching and symbolizes the bishop's office of teaching and sanctifying his flock. It is an additional reminder of the life-giving Crucifixion of the Lord which brought salvation to the whole human race.

CR002 Brass Blessing Cross with Ruby Beads (Byzantine Style)
Description: This is a brand new brass Hand Blessing Cross (6 5/7" x 10 5/8") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and richly ornamented in Byzantine style with ruby beads, religious motifs and symbolic signs. It bears the letters IHS symbolizing "Jesus the Savior of Humanity". It is held by the priest in his hand and used at various points in the services delivering the homily or when offering blessings. It is venerated with a kiss by the people at the end of most services indicating the central place of Pascha (Easter) in Orthodoxy.

The hand cross is used in blessing and preaching and symbolizes the bishop's office of teaching and sanctifying his flock. It is an additional reminder of the life-giving Crucifixion of the Lord which brought salvation to the whole human race.

CR003 Brass Blessing Cross (Byzantine Style)
Description: This is a brand new brass Hand Blessing Cross (6 5/7" x 10 5/8") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and richly ornamented in Byzantine style with beads and religious motifs. It bears the letters IHS symbolizing "Jesus the Savior of Humanity". It is held by the priest in his hand and used at various points in the services delivering the homily or when offering blessings. It is venerated with a kiss by the people at the end of most services indicating the central place of Pascha (Easter) in Orthodoxy.

The hand cross is used in blessing and preaching and symbolizes the bishop's office of teaching and sanctifying his flock. It is an additional reminder of the life-giving Crucifixion of the Lord which brought salvation to the whole human race.

CR004 Brass Blessing Cross with Ruby Decorations
Description: This is a brand new brass Hand Blessing Cross (6 5/7" x 10 5/8") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and richly ornamented in Byzantine style with ruby colored resin decorations. It bears the letters IHS symbolizing "Jesus the Savior of Humanity". It is held by the priest in his hand and used at various points in the services delivering the homily or when offering blessings. It is venerated with a kiss by the people at the end of most services indicating the central place of Pascha (Easter) in Orthodoxy.

The hand cross is used in blessing and preaching and symbolizes the bishop's office of teaching and sanctifying his flock. It is an additional reminder of the life-giving Crucifixion of the Lord which brought salvation to the whole human race.

CR005 Brass Three-Barred Blessing Cross (Russian Style)
Description: This is a brand new brass three-barred Blessing Cross (6 5/7" x 11 4/5") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified. It bears the letters IHS symbolizing "Jesus the Savior of Humanity". It is held by the priest in his hand and used at various points in the services delivering the homily or when offering blessings. It is venerated with a kiss by the people at the end of most services indicating the central place of Pascha (Easter) in Orthodoxy.

Three-barred blessing cross: the upper bar represents the title of the cross, the second the arms, and the lowest, which is always inclined at an angle, the suppedaneum or foot-rest. The hand cross is used in blessing and preaching and symbolizes the bishop's office of teaching and sanctifying his flock. It is an additional reminder of the life-giving Crucifixion of the Lord which brought salvation to the whole human race.

CR006 Brass Altar Cross (Classic Style, on Stand)
Description: This is a brand new standing brass Altar Cross (6" x 11 3/7"), the symbol of the risen and everlasting Lord. Perhaps carried in procession, it may be placed next to the altar (behind the Candelabrum) to serve as the altar cross, in which case it ought to be the only cross used; otherwise it is put away in a dignified place.

The Altar Cross is symbol of the church’s authority. To us the cross is a reminder that the Eucharist is related to Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross. Altar Cross stands behind the Candelabrum which is behind the Altar table (in the center of the Sanctuary or Altar).

CR010 Brass Altar Cross with Ruby Ornaments (on Stand)

Description: This is a brand new standing brass Altar Cross (width: 11 2/5"; overall height with the stand: 18 1/9"; cross height: 11 4/5") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and richly ornamented in Byzantine style with ruby colored resin decorations. It bears the letters IHS symbolizing "Jesus the Savior of Humanity". Perhaps carried in procession, it may be placed next to the altar (behind the Candelabrum) to serve as the altar cross, in which case it ought to be the only cross used; otherwise it is put away in a dignified place.


The Altar Cross is symbol of the church’s authority. To us the cross is a reminder that the Eucharist is related to Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross.

CR011 Brass Blessing Cross (Lace-Like Design)
Description: This is a brand new brass Hand Blessing Cross in lace-like design and adorned with a figure of Christ crucified. It bears the letters IHS symbolizing "Jesus the Savior of Humanity". It is held by the priest in his hand and used at various points in the services delivering the homily or when offering blessings. It is venerated with a kiss by the people at the end of most services indicating the central place of Pascha (Easter) in Orthodoxy.

The hand cross is used in blessing and preaching and symbolizes the bishop's office of teaching and sanctifying his flock. It is an additional reminder of the life-giving Crucifixion of the Lord which brought salvation to the whole human race.

CR013 Brass Blessing Cross with Ruby Beads & Decorations (Byzantine Style)
Description: This is a brand new brass Hand Blessing Cross (7 1/2" x 11 4/5") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and ornamented in Byzantine style with ruby colored resin decorations, beads and engraved religious motifs. It bears the letters IHS symbolizing "Jesus the Savior of Humanity". It is held by the priest in his hand and used at various points in the services delivering the homily or when offering blessings. It is venerated with a kiss by the people at the end of most services indicating the central place of Pascha (Easter) in Orthodoxy.

The hand cross is used in blessing and preaching and symbolizes the bishop's office of teaching and sanctifying his flock. It is an additional reminder of the life-giving Crucifixion of the Lord which brought salvation to the whole human race.

CR015 Brass Altar Cross with Ruby/ Indigo Beads & Ruby/ Indigo Decorations
Description: This is a brand new brass Hand Blessing Cross (7 2/7" x 10 5/8") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and ornamented with ruby/indigo colored resin decorations and beads. It bears the letters IHS symbolizing "Jesus the Savior of Humanity". It is held by the priest in his hand and used at various points in the services delivering the homily or when offering blessings. It is venerated with a kiss by the people at the end of most services indicating the central place of Pascha (Easter) in Orthodoxy.

The hand cross is used in blessing and preaching and symbolizes the bishop's office of teaching and sanctifying his flock. It is an additional reminder of the life-giving Crucifixion of the Lord which brought salvation to the whole human race.

CR016 Brass Altar Cross with Ruby/ Sage/ Indigo Beads & Ruby/ Sage/ Indigo Decorations
Description: This is a brand new brass Hand Blessing Cross (7 2/7" x 10 5/8") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and ornamented with ruby/sage/indigo colored resin decorations and beads. It bears the letters IHS symbolizing "Jesus the Savior of Humanity". It is held by the priest in his hand and used at various points in the services delivering the homily or when offering blessings. It is venerated with a kiss by the people at the end of most services indicating the central place of Pascha (Easter) in Orthodoxy.

The hand cross is used in blessing and preaching and symbolizes the bishop's office of teaching and sanctifying his flock. It is an additional reminder of the life-giving Crucifixion of the Lord which brought salvation to the whole human race.

CR018 Brass Blessing Cross with Ruby Beads and Engravings
Description: This is a brand new brass Hand Blessing Cross (7 1/2" x 11 4/5") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and ornamented with ruby beads and engravings. It bears the letters IHS symbolizing "Jesus the Savior of Humanity". It is held by the priest in his hand and used at various points in the services delivering the homily or when offering blessings. It is venerated with a kiss by the people at the end of most services indicating the central place of Pascha (Easter) in Orthodoxy.

The hand cross is used in blessing and preaching and symbolizes the bishop's office of teaching and sanctifying his flock. It is an additional reminder of the life-giving Crucifixion of the Lord which brought salvation to the whole human race.

CR019 Nickel-Plated Cross for Church Dome
Description: This is a brand new nickel-plated Cross for Church Dome (19 2/3" in height). It is massive large cross that is tighten up with screws.


CR020 Brass Hanging Cross (Classic Design, Large Size)
Description: This is a brand new brass Hanging Cross (3 1/3"x 7 that is an indelible addition to any religious collection and would also make for a wonderful church donation or gift.


CR021 Brass Hanging Cross (Classic Design, Middle Size)
Description: This is a brand new brass Hanging Cross (3 1/7"x 6 2/7") that is an indelible addition to any religious collection and would also make for a wonderful church donation or gift.


CR022 Brass Hanging Cross (Classic Design, Small Size)
Description: This is a brand new brass Cross (1 3/8"x 2 1/3") that is an indelible addition to any religious collection and would also make for a wonderful church donation or gift.


CR030 Brass Blessing Cross with Ruby/Indigo Decorations and Beads
Description: This is a brand new brass Hand Blessing Cross (7 1/2" x 11") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and ornamented with ruby/indigo colored resin decorations and beads. It is held by the priest in his hand and used at various points in the services delivering the homily or when offering blessings. It is venerated with a kiss by the people at the end of most services indicating the central place of Pascha (Easter) in Orthodoxy.

The hand cross is used in blessing and preaching and symbolizes the bishop's office of teaching and sanctifying his flock. It is an additional reminder of the life-giving Crucifixion of the Lord which brought salvation to the whole human race.

CR031 Brass Altar Cross with Ruby Ornaments and Indigo Beads (on Stand)

Description: This is a brand new brass Altar Cross (width: 7 2/3"; overall height with the stand: 18 1/9") on stand, adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and ornamented with ruby colored resin decorations and indigo beads. Perhaps carried in procession, it may be placed next to the altar (behind the Candelabrum) to serve as the altar cross, in which case it ought to be the only cross used; otherwise it is put away in a dignified place.


The Altar Cross is symbol of the church’s authority. To us the cross is a reminder that the Eucharist is related to Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross.

CR033 Nickel-Plated Blessing Cross with Ruby and Indigo Decorations
Description: This is a brand new nickel-plated Hand Blessing Cross (6 2/7" x 11") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified, four engraved images and ornamented with ruby and indigo decorations. It bears the letters IHS symbolizing "Jesus the Savior of Humanity". It is held by the priest in his hand and used at various points in the services delivering the homily or when offering blessings. It is venerated with a kiss by the people at the end of most services indicating the central place of Pascha (Easter) in Orthodoxy.

The hand cross is used in blessing and preaching and symbolizes the bishop's office of teaching and sanctifying his flock. It is an additional reminder of the life-giving Crucifixion of the Lord which brought salvation to the whole human race.

CR037 Gold-Plated Three-Barred Blessing Cross (Russian Style, Middle Size)
Description: This is a brand new gold-plated Hand Blessing Cross (5 5/7" x 10 1/4") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified, colored letters and engravings. It bears the letters IHS symbolizing "Jesus the Savior of Humanity". It is held by the priest in his hand and used at various points in the services delivering the homily or when offering blessings. It is venerated with a kiss by the people at the end of most services indicating the central place of Pascha (Easter) in Orthodoxy.

The hand cross is used in blessing and preaching and symbolizes the bishop's office of teaching and sanctifying his flock. It is an additional reminder of the life-giving Crucifixion of the Lord which brought salvation to the whole human race.

CR038 Silver-Plated Three-Barred Blessing Cross (Russian Style, Middle Size)
Description: This is a brand new silver-plated Hand Blessing Cross (5 5/7" x 10 1/4") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified, colored letters and engravings. It bears the letters IHS symbolizing "Jesus the Savior of Humanity". It is held by the priest in his hand and used at various points in the services delivering the homily or when offering blessings. It is venerated with a kiss by the people at the end of most services indicating the central place of Pascha (Easter) in Orthodoxy.

The hand cross is used in blessing and preaching and symbolizes the bishop's office of teaching and sanctifying his flock. It is an additional reminder of the life-giving Crucifixion of the Lord which brought salvation to the whole human race.

CR039 Silver-Plated Blessing Cross (Romanian Style)
Description: This is a brand new silver-plated Hand Blessing Cross (6 1/2" x 10 1/4") richly engraved in Romanian style with a figure of Christ crucified, four scenes and religious motifs. It is held by the priest in his hand and used at various points in the services delivering the homily or when offering blessings. It is venerated with a kiss by the people at the end of most services indicating the central place of Pascha (Easter) in Orthodoxy.

The hand cross is used in blessing and preaching and symbolizes the bishop's office of teaching and sanctifying his flock. It is an additional reminder of the life-giving Crucifixion of the Lord which brought salvation to the whole human race.

CR042 Brass Blessing Cross with Ruby Decorations
Description: This is a brand new brass Hand Blessing Cross (6 5/7" x 10 5/8") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and richly ornamented in Byzantine style with ruby colored resin decorations and beads. It bears the letters IHS symbolizing "Jesus the Savior of Humanity". It is held by the priest in his hand and used at various points in the services delivering the homily or when offering blessings. It is venerated with a kiss by the people at the end of most services indicating the central place of Pascha (Easter) in Orthodoxy.

The hand cross is used in blessing and preaching and symbolizes the bishop's office of teaching and sanctifying his flock. It is an additional reminder of the life-giving Crucifixion of the Lord which brought salvation to the whole human race.

CR100 Nickel-Plated Holy Water Blessing Cross (Middle Size)
Description: This is a brand new nickel-plated Holy Water Blessing Cross (4" x 7 1/2") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and ornamented with engraved religious motifs.

CR101 Nickel-Plated Holy Water Blessing Cross (Large Size)
Description: This is a brand new nickel-plated Holy Water Blessing Cross (5 1/8" x 9") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and ornamented with engraved religious motifs.

CR102 Gold-Plated Holy Water Blessing Cross (Middle Size)
Description: This is a brand new gold-plated Holy Water Blessing Cross (4" x 7 1/2") adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and ornamented with engraved religious motifs.

CR202 Priestly Pectoral Cross (Plain Design, with Chain)

Description: This is a brand new brass or nickel-plated Pectoral Cross (2 1/3" x 4", length of chain: 39 2/5") used by the Priest during various church ceremonies (over the phelonion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa). It is adorned with a figure of Christ crucified (front side) and engraved letters (back side).


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the phelonion or riassa by priests as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men.


CR203 Priestly Pectoral Cross with Ruby Beads & Decorations (with Chain)
Description: This is a brand new brass or nickel-plated Pectoral Cross (2 3/4" x 4", length of chain: 39 2/5") used by the Priest during various church ceremonies (over the phelonion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa). It is adorned with a figure of Christ crucified, ruby-red colored resin ornaments and ruby-red beads.


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the phelonion or riassa by priests as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men.


CR204 Priestly Pectoral Cross with Indigo Beads & Decorations (with Chain)
Description: This is a brand new brass or nickel-plated Pectoral Cross (2 3/4" x 4", length of chain: 39 2/5") used by the Priest during various church ceremonies (over the phelonion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa). It is adorned with a figure of Christ crucified, indigo-blue colored resin ornaments and indigo-blue beads.


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the phelonion or riassa by priests as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men.


CR205 Priestly Pectoral Cross with Sage Beads & Decorations (with Chain)
Description: This is a brand new brass or nickel-plated Pectoral Cross (2 3/4" x 4", length of chain: 39 2/5") used by the Priest during various church ceremonies (over the phelonion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa). It is adorned with a figure of Christ crucified, sage-green colored resin ornaments and sage-green beads.


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the phelonion or riassa by priests as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men.


CR206 Priestly Three-Barred Pectoral Cross (Brass, with Chain)
Description: This is a brand new brass three-barred Pectoral Cross (2 1/3" x 4", length of chain: 39 2/5") used by the Priest during various church ceremonies (over the phelonion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa). It is adorned with a figure of Christ crucified. As it is a three-barred cross the upper bar represents the title of the cross, the second the arms, and the lowest, which is always inclined at an angle, the suppedaneum or foot-rest.


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the phelonion or riassa by priests as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men.


CR207 Priestly Three-Barred Pectoral Cross (Brass or Nickel-Plated, with Plain Chain)

Description: This is a brand new brass or nickel-plated three-barred Pectoral Cross (2 1/3" x 4", length of chain: 47 1/4") used by the Priest during various church ceremonies (over the phelonion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa). It is adorned with a figure of Christ crucified. As it is a three-barred cross the upper bar represents the title of the cross, the second the arms, and the lowest, which is always inclined at an angle, the suppedaneum or foot-rest.


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the phelonion or riassa by priests as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men.


CR209 Priestly Pectoral Cross with White Beads & Decorations (with Chain)
Description: This is a brand new brass or nickel-plated Pectoral Cross (2 3/4" x 4", length of chain: 39 2/5") used by the Priest during various church ceremonies (over the phelonion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa). It is adorned with a figure of Christ crucified, ivory-white colored resin ornaments and ivory-white beads (plastic pearls).


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the phelonion or riassa by priests as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men.


CR211 Brass Chain for Pectoral Cross

Description: This is a brand new brass Chain (length of chain: approx. 43 2/7") for pectoral cross used by the Priest during various church ceremonies (over the phelonion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa).


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the phelonion or riassa by priests as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men.


CR212 Chain for Pectoral Cross (Brass or Nickel-Plated, Plain Design)

Description: This is a brand new brass or nickel-plated or aluminium Plain Chain (length of chain: approx. 47 1/4") for pectoral cross used by the Priest during various church ceremonies (over the phelonion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa).


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the phelonion or riassa by priests as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men.


CR214 Nickel-Plated Chain for Pectoral Cross

Description: This is a brand new nickel-plated Chain (length of chain: approx. 39 2/5") for pectoral cross used by the Priest during various church ceremonies (over the phelonion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa).


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the phelonion or riassa by priests as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men.


CR216 Priestly Three-Barred Pectoral Cross (Brass, with Chain) with Engravings

Description: This is a brand new brass three-barred Pectoral Cross (approx. 1 7/9" x 3") used by the Priest during various church ceremonies (over the phelonion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa). It is adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and richly ornamented with engravings. As it is a three-barred cross the upper bar represents the title of the cross, the second the arms, and the lowest, which is always inclined at an angle, the suppedaneum or foot-rest.


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the phelonion or riassa by priests as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men.


CR219 Priestly Three-Barred Pectoral Cross (Silver-Plated, with Chain)

Description: This is a brand new silver-plated three-barred Pectoral Cross (approx. 1 7/9" x 3") used by the Priest during various church ceremonies (over the phelonion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa). It is adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and richly ornamented with engravings. As it is a three-barred cross the upper bar represents the title of the cross, the second the arms, and the lowest, which is always inclined at an angle, the suppedaneum or foot-rest.


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the phelonion or riassa by priests as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men.


CR225 Brass Chain for Pectoral Cross

Description: This is a brand new brass Chain (length of chain: approx. 47 1/4") for pectoral cross used by the Priest during various church ceremonies (over the phelonion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa).


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the phelonion or riassa by priests as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men.


CR226 Brass Chain for Pectoral Cross

Description: This is a brand new brass Chain (length of chain: approx. 47 1/4") for pectoral cross used by the Priest during various church ceremonies (over the phelonion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa).


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the phelonion or riassa by priests as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men.


CR302 Bishop's Pectoral Cross with Ruby/ Indigo/ Sage/ White Beads & Decorations (with Chain)
Description: This is a brand new brass or nickel-plated Pectoral Cross (2 3/4" x 6", length of chain: 39 2/5") used by the Bishop during various church ceremonies (over the saccos and omophorion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa). It is adorned with a figure of Christ crucified, colored resin ornaments and beads (in ruby-red or sage-green or indigo-blue or white).


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the saccos and omophorion or riassa by bishops as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men. The Bishop wears the pectoral cross in conjunction with the Engolpion (Encolpia).


CR307 Bishop's Engolpion (Nickel-Plated with Green Base,with Chain)

Description: This is a brand new nickel-plated Engolpion (2 3/4" x 6", approx. length of chain: 35 2/5") with green base. It is used by the Bishop during various church ceremonies (over the saccos and omophorion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa). It is adorned with engraving of the Epiphany (St. John the Baptist with Jesus Christ and angels) and purple colored resin ornaments.


The engolpion is worn around the neck, over the saccos and omophorion or riassa by bishops as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men. The Bishop wears the engolpion in conjunction with the pectoral cross.


CR400 Silver Bishop's Pectoral Cross with Ruby Beads
Description: This is a brand new silver Pectoral Cross (approx. 3 1/7" x 7 7/8" x 1/5") used by the Bishop during various church ceremonies (over the saccos and omophorion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa). It is adorned with ruby stones, a crown on top and a pending. This handmade unique product of pure silver is hollow inside and its surface is a net of silver ornaments. The author is one of the most famous masters of jewellery art in Europe.


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the saccos and omophorion or riassa by bishops as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men. The Bishop wears the pectoral cross in conjunction with the Engolpion (Encolpia).


CR401 Silver Bishop's Pectoral Cross with Crucifixion & Ruby Beads
Description: This is a brand new silver Pectoral Cross (approx. 3 1/7" x 7 7/8" x 1/5") used by the Bishop during various church ceremonies (over the saccos and omophorion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa). It is adorned with a figure of Christ crucified, ruby stones, a crown on top and a pending. This handmade unique product of pure silver is hollow inside and its surface is a net of silver ornaments. The author is one of the most famous masters of jewellery art in Europe.


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the saccos and omophorion or riassa by bishops as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men. The Bishop wears the pectoral cross in conjunction with the Engolpion (Encolpia).

CR402 Silver Bishop's Pectoral Cross
Description: This is a brand new silver Pectoral Cross (approx. 3" x 6 2/3" x 1/5") used by the Bishop during various church ceremonies (over the saccos and omophorion) and in all other occasions (over the riassa). There are a crown on top and a pending adorned with a ruby stone. This handmade unique product of pure silver is hollow inside and its surface is a net of silver ornaments. The author is one of the most famous masters of jewellery art in Europe.


The pectoral cross is worn around the neck, over the saccos and omophorion or riassa by bishops as a reminder that they should not merely carry Christ in their hearts, but also confess Him in the face of all men. The Bishop wears the pectoral cross in conjunction with the Engolpion (Encolpia).