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Plain Gold Cross Pendant

plain gold cross pendant
    gold cross
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  • Hanging downward; pendent
  • chandelier: branched lighting fixture; often ornate; hangs from the ceiling
  • an adornment that hangs from a piece of jewelry (necklace or earring)
  • pendent: held from above; "a pendant bunch of grapes"
  • complain: express complaints, discontent, displeasure, or unhappiness; "My mother complains all day"; "She has a lot to kick about"
  • Complain
  • Emit a mournful or plaintive sound
  • apparent: clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment; "the effects of the drought are apparent to anyone who sees the parched fields"; "evident hostility"; "manifest disapproval"; "patent advantages"; "made his meaning plain"; "it is plain that he is no reactionary"; "in plain view"
  • obviously: unmistakably (`plain' is often used informally for `plainly'); "the answer is obviously wrong"; "she was in bed and evidently in great pain"; "he was manifestly too important to leave off the guest list"; "it is all patently nonsense"; "she has apparently been living here for some
  • Mourn; lament
plain gold cross pendant - Men's 14K
Men's 14K White Gold Cross Pendant - Plain
Men's 14K White Gold Cross Pendant - Plain
Say it simply and say it with strength. That’s the concept behind our men’s 14k white gold cross pendant. As a cross of solid white gold. Yet its high polish and clean crafting give it a simple elegance. And it still can be engraved on either side to make it a keepsake that can be passed down through generations. That’s probably why it is our best selling men’s cross pendant. Item Details Measures 1 1/4" tall by 1" across and 1.75mm thick (solid). Approx. 8.5 grams of guaranteed 14k solid white gold. Also available in 14k yellow gold, 18k white gold, or platinum.

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This view is a detail from one of the badge cloaks panels. Folks have asked me what criteria I used for selection of the badges. Well now,that's a sad story, and kind of reminds me of what happens when you allow cats to take liberties with your personal space! Give 'em an inch and before you know it they're soon sitting on two velvet cushions in the best, warmest spot in the house sipping Mouse Juleps and dictating their memoirs! It began with badges, logos and insignia from genre television shows or movies that I really liked, then spread to graphics I whipped up myself based on favourite books and stories, and in the finally phase grew to incorporate other interesting fictional and non fictional designs from general pop culture whether I liked them personally or not. Such is life, or art at least. One thing I was particular about. Since the cloak does function as a kind of Klingon/Predator (movie) trophy cloak I started out with the intention of not including any contemporary military badges, 'cos I figured that would be just plain rude, not in line with the fictional theme of the artwork, and also potentially dangerous! Genre designers often being history buffs though some of the badges are based on on real life graphics. Then there were insignia that were plain lifted from real life and used in shows and movies without modification....ah well, I tried! Additionally, if I were to acknowledge all the sources I've used it would take forever and besides, I couldn't recall 'em all! If anyone specifically wants acknowledgement I'll be happy to oblige, but in the meantime will fall back on the old saw, "If you steal from one source it's plagarism, if you steal from many it's research!" BADGE LIST FOR FANTASTIQUE #1 ROBERT JAN'S MIXED GENRE UNIVERSE KLINGON/PREDATOR TROPHY CLOAK WEARABLE ART/COSTUME PART THREE M-Q Mad Magazine -Alfred E, Nueman, founder of Mad Magazine. Black letters “WHAT, ME WORRY?” ALFRED E. NEUMAN on gold rectangular border surround picture of Alfred E. Neuman. Mad Max Main Force Patrol shield. Stylised five pointed star on bronze shield with wings and nameplate M. Rockatansky.. The Man From Uncle Rectangular world map with yellow continents and light blue oceans. Black globe with white latitude and longitude lines. Agent figure to right of globe. U.N.C.L.E (United Network Command Law Enforcement) letters beneath globe. Mars Attacks Martian flag. Red triangle surmounted by eyeball on black circle on green rectangular flag. M.A.S.H -M.A.S.H insignia. Black stencilled M*A.*S*H and 4077TH around red cross on green square. Men In Black Black M.I.B letters. Mighty Mouse -Soaring Mighty Mouse on teal blue roundel Millennium Millennium Group orobos with yellow letters THIS IS WHO WE ARE. Minority Report (Movie) -Precrime Badge. White letters PRECRIME- DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA- DEPARTMENT OF PRECRIME plus red letters IT WORKS on blue circle with tridactyl central detail. Miscellaneous AREA 51 - TOP SECRET RESEARCH FACILITY- NO TRESPASSING- VIOLATORS WILL VANISH WITHOUT TRACE Square black patch with red oval and orange stripe. -First Fandom badge. Red and black letters SCIENTIFICTION FIRST FANDOM on inverted red and yellow shield with stars, planets, and gears with white letters FACT. THEORY -Jacque Cousteau's ship’s badge, Calypso. Stylised white swimmer and dolphin on green rectangle. -Spaceship One first edge of space flight mission patch. Yellow letters SPACESHIP ONE and white letters WHITE KNIGHT on black bordered blue oval with stylised white spacehip and carrier aircraft. -Blondie. Band. Red letters Blondie on black and white stripes on black rectangle. Monty Python & The Holy Grail -The Black Knight’s shield. Red boar’s hed on black kite shield. -Sir Lancelot’s shield. Griffin on half black, half white kite shield. -Sir Galahad’s shield. Stylised red cross on white kite shield. -King Arthur’s shield. Stylised golden sun on white kite shield. -Sir Robin’s shield. Black chicken on green checks on white kite shield. Muppets Jim Henson's Creature Shop. Stylised white collar on black background with white letters JIM HENSON'S CREATURE SHOP on light blue border Pigs in Space Logo. Stylised pig head on black circle with red border surrounded by six silver stars and intersected with a yellow diagonal lightning flash. All on purple rectangular flag. Nasa Spaceflight memorial badge-”AD ASTRA PER ASPERA SEMPER EXPLORO APOLLO 1 CHALLENGER COLUMBIA” Latin means “To The Stars Despite Adversity. Always Explore” white letters on blue bordered black circle. Red N ASA logo upon greek letter with white stars and stylised spacecraft -Space Shuttle Programme Patch. White Space Shuttle above white SPACE SHUTTLE letters on dark and light blue triangle. -NASA 1959 Vector logo Patch (Reactivated). White letters NASA with red, divided exhaust trail and white orbit on blue roundel with white stars. Mercury 3 Freedom 7 Shepard Mercury 4 Liberty Bell 7 Grissom
The Strickland Brooch
The Strickland Brooch
The Strickland Brooch

Anglo-Saxon, mid-9th century AD

Animals large and small

The history of this elaborate silver disc brooch is almost unknown. It is named after the Strickland family of Yorkshire, and may well have belonged to Sir William Strickland, a keen collector of antiquities in the nineteenth century. The brooch was bought by an American buyer at auction in 1949 but it was refused an export licence and was then purchased by The British Museum.

An outstanding feature of the brooch is the extensive use of gold in its decoration, used at a time when it was scarce and highly prized. Plain gold panels enrich a lively pattern of dog-like animals (complete with collars!) deeply carved into the silver to form an openwork effect. These animals fill a quatrefoil where the lobes are divided by animal heads seen from above. There are raised bosses behind these heads. The arms of the central cruciform (cross-shaped) motif, with another boss at its centre, terminate with four identical heads towards the edge.

The rich look of the brooch is further enhanced by a number of decorative techniques which clearly show the Anglo-Saxon love of colour and light. A black niello inlay has been used to make the decoration stand out, and blue glass picks out the eyes of the animal heads. Small dots punched into some areas of the curved surface of the brooch gives it a sparkling appearance. This style is typical of fine Anglo-Saxon metalwork of the ninth century. It is called the Trewhiddle Style after a Cornish hoard.

The back of the brooch is undecorated, although attached are the remains of fixings for a pin which is now missing. The silver loop fitted by a rivet to the top of the brooch allows it to be worn as a pendant.

Diameter: 11.2 cm (max.)

M&ME 1949,7-2,1

Room 41, Sutton Hoo and early Medieval, case 42, no. 35

L. Webster and J. Backhouse, The making of England: Anglo-Saxon art and culture AD 600-900, exh. cat. (London, The British Museum Press, 1991), pp. 232-33, no. 189

D.M. Wilson, Anglo-Saxon art (London, Thames and Hudson, 1984), p. 110, fig. 115

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford, 'Late Saxon disc-brooches' in D.B. Harden (ed.), Dark-Age Britain (London, Methuen, 1956)

plain gold cross pendant
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