- Sterling Silver Cross Ornament
- 2nd Edition
- Two-Sided – Design Repeated on Reverse
- Not Dated
- 3.8" High
- Made in the USA
- Gift Box, Brochure, Red Ribbon & Storage Pouch Included
The 2018 Sterling Collectables Fleur De Lis Cross is the 2nd edition in our exclusive Sterling Christmas Cross Ornament series. The Fluer De Lis Cross takes it’s inspiration from the stylized lily commonly associated with French royalty and the Holy Trinity. The center and arms of the cross feature design elements from the gates of the Tuileries Gardens in Paris France which was constructed in 1564. Rich dimensional detail and quality are evident throughout this original work of art that is sure to be a treasured heirloom for years to come. Made in New England by highly skilled silversmiths, this beautiful ornament would be a lovely addition to any Christmas tree or could be worn as an exquisite pendant. The 2018 Annual Cross Sterling Collectables Ornament includes gift box with flannel bag and brochure. The ornament is marked SC .925 on the top ring, is two sided, and measures 3.8" high. Handcrafted in the USA.
All engraving will be sized appropriately to fit your item unless you instruct us otherwise. Custom engraving is available for company logos, images, and designs. If you have any questions about personalizing an item please contact us; we would be more than happy to assist you.
Using names with plain text to personalize an item is a popular choice. A first or last name, first and last name, or first, middle, and last name can be engraved depending on available space. For some items it may be necessary to engrave on multiple lines to include the full name. This is a common choice for those who would like to include a date as well. (Robert David Smith)
A traditional three letter traditional monogram includes three initials with the last initial larger in the center with the first initial on the left and the middle initial on the right. (Robert David Smith)
Three letter initials with all letters the same size in order of first, middle and last initials. (Robert David Smith)
A single letter initial typically utilizes the last initial. (Robert David Smith)
For couples with the same last name a traditional three letter monogram can be used with the last initial centered larger in the center and the couple’s first initials on either side. (Rita & Matthew Smith)
For smaller items we recommend a numerical date where numbers are separated by slashes, dashes, periods or center dots.
An alphanumeric date is a great option when the item has enough room.