Active lifestyle, femine sparkle, with a Christian flair.
Wear this cross to church, to dine out, or when playing tennis or golf.
This is a beautiful, elegant and timeless design that was almost impossible before 3D printing.
It is deliberately sturdy, protective of the gems, and just a little amazing.
This design is DIYJewelry, it will require you to: cut a few small wires with Joyce Chen scissors or small wirecutters or a jewelers saw gently push some 5mm cubic zirconia, or lab grown rubies, or lab grown sapphires into pre-notched settings,
(the no-ink end of a PaperMate Write Brothers ballpoint pen works great for this)
and maybe gently squeeze those settings with tiny flat needle nose craft pliers from Joann Fabrics or Michaels Crafts or Sears to be sure the gems will stay in place. use a fine nail file, fine emery board, and fine nail shine pad to smooth the nubs where you cut.
Measurements: each cross pendant is 25 mm wide by 37.3 mm tall (includes a bail) by 6.5 mm deep. Quantity: 3 pendants are cast as one unit, you cut them apart
Recommended gem size: faceted calibrated 5 mm diameter gems (six per pendant) A medium weight chain is appropriate for these pendants. (Sorry I have no way to get you the gems, but the faceted calibrated 5 mm diameter gems are a very standard size, available in most towns, and online.) Cautionary note about the 'natural silver / rough cast silver' material - it is rough, exactly as it comes from casting. If you are a jeweler with the proper finishing and polishing tools, that is fine, you will be able to do standard polishing. It is labor intensive and a little technical; so I do not recommend this finish for anyone who does not have standard jewelers studio polishing equipment.