Roman Glass Patina Cross Pendant in Hammered Sterling Silver



Excavated just outside of Jerusalem, the glass featured on this stunning silver cross was in use at the time of Christ in the heart of the Holy Land. 

This unique cross carries not only deep spiritual significance but outstanding historical significance as well.

With a direct tie to the Holy Land at the time of Christ, this limited-edition cross is sure to be a treasured addition to any jewelry collection.

*Chain not included

**Due to the nature of Roman glass and the patina finish, there may be slight variations in color and texture of the patina. 


Size: 1 1/4" x 7/8"

Glass: 2000-year-old Roman Glass

Metal: .925 Sterling Silver

Finish: Hand-rubbed oxidation

Origin: Made in Israel



The glass piece in this unique cross began life as part of a household vase, water jug, or temple vessel. It belonged to someone alive at the time of the Savior. It was used in daily life and perhaps even treasured. There is genuine history and a unique story behind each piece.

Intact vases, jugs, and other vessels are occasionally excavated and displayed in museums or auctioned to antiquities collectors.  More commonly, though, the glass is discovered in broken shards and fragments. Having rested undisturbed for centuries, these fragments still bear the marks of their former lives and they have also been transformed by the very earth in which they have slumbered. 

Those lucky enough to own a piece of precious Roman Glass jewelry that has been reborn as a necklace, pendant, earring, or ring are literally wearing a small piece of 2000-year-old history.