Pendant Cross of the Knights Templar, 33 mm

Notched cross pattée. Eugene III granted the Knights Templar the right to wear the cross permanently to make sure they would recognize each other. This simple cross, either as cross moline or as cross pattée, symbolizes the sufferings of Christ. The cross was red as a symbol for His shed blood but also for life. The dignitaries and Komturs choose the shape of the crosses at will.

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Pendant Cross of the Knights Templar

  • Size approx. 33 x 28 mm
  • This nickel and lead-free pendant comes with a black cord and a card.

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