Christian Jewelry

Christian jewelry

Christian jewelry was first introduced during the Roman Empire under Constantine. During Constantine’s Christianization of the Roman Empire, Christian symbols became popular and are still used today in Christian jewelry and art. These symbols include the cross and the Rosary.

Even today, many people wear them to affirm their faith and others as fashionable Accessories.

The use of jewelry is as old as mankind itself. This jewelry is made from different materials such as gold, aluminum, copper, silver, plastic, shells, etc. Some jewelry is particularly decorated with religious subjects, be it painted enamel pieces or jewelry that takes advantage of the fantastic shapes of baroque pearls. There is a wide range of religious jewelry that a Christian can wear or give as gifts for more or less special occasions.

Crosses, holy medals, angel necklaces, rings, rosaries, and so on are some of these religious jewels. However, it is essential to know the meaning and importance of these religious jewels before using them.

Meaning and importance of Christian Jewelry.

Christian jewelry is not just an accessory, but has special meaning for Christians. It is not a simple desire to follow fashion or show a certain style. Wearing religious jewelry for Christians is above all a way to make yourself authentic and to fully live your spirituality. Because of this, determining the difference between sacred and profane jewelry is often contingent on the meaning we ascribe to it. Here in detail the meaning of the most important Christian jewelry symbol that a Christian could wear and make it both ornament and symbol of his faith. –

The Cross: Christianity has always been associated with the cross, representing the crucifix, the passion of Christ and salvation, as well as redemption and the trinity. As a symbol of God’s love, the cross recalls Christ’s suffering. It represents the faith of Christians and also the essence of Jesus Christ himself.

Rosary or Prayer beads, came into use in Roman Christendom but today are mostly used by the Catholic Church (approved by the Catholic Church in 1520). Rosaries are also popular in Islam and Buddhism.

At Surflegacy we are proud of our collection of cross jewelry, that you will not find elsewhere, like our cross bracelet, offered in multiple variations and styles, We prefer a more rustic approach made of simple materials, such as leather, to the classic Christian jewelry made of precious metals, this way, the new generation can approach the faith without feeling obliged to wear expensive and flashy jewelry. Check out our Christian jewelry selection for the very best handmade pieces.


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