The Israel Museum Egyptian Collection Sterling Silver Ladder Cross Clip-On Charm
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925 Sterling Silver
Size: 3.4 cm x 1.4 cm / 1.33” x 0.55”
Let your faith shine brightly with this unique and eye-catching sterling silver clip-on charm from the Israel Museum’s captivating Egyptian Collection! Because Christianity was introduced into Egypt thousands of years ago near the start of Christian history, it became a huge influence over Egyptian art, and various Christian symbols, such as this Ladder Cross, can be found integrated into many ancient Egyptian artifacts. Ladder Crosses were very popular in ancient Egypt, as they represented salvation through Christ, since Jesus was seen as a bridge between man and God, as written in the Bible, “He then added, “Very truly I tell you, you will see ‘heaven open, and the angels of God ascending and descending on the Son of Man.” – John 1:51. Considered very meaningful and special, crosses like this one are a great way to feel connected with your beliefs, making this wonderful charm from the Holy Land perfect for clipping onto your favorite bracelet or for giving as a gift to someone you love!
This delicate charm is extremely versatile and can be clipped onto a huge variety of different bracelet chains.
Israel’s largest cultural institution, the Israel Museum, is dedicated to recording and safeguarding the relics that chronicle the tale of the Jewish people. Housing thousands of years’ worth of ancient artifacts pertaining to Jewish and neighboring Middle-Eastern culture from all over the world, the Israel Museum’s mission is to educate and encourage knowledge of Judaism’s rich and fascinating history to people all over the globe. One of their methods of fulfilling this dream is to create stunning replicas and adaptations of the original pieces in their encyclopedic collections and distribute them worldwide. Each captivating replication comes with its own certification of authenticity, as well as a brief summary of that piece’s historical background in both Hebrew and English.