Our Lady of Guadalupe Cross Pendant in Two-Tone 14K Gold 2 Sizes – Roxx Fine Jewelry

Our Lady of Guadalupe Cross Pendant in Two-Tone 14K Gold 2 Sizes

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Our Lady of Guadalupe Cross Pendant

in Two-Tone 14K Gold

2 Sizes Available

A new design, this 'Our Lady of Guadalupe' Cross has a unique look which features a 14K gold Guadalupe-style rosary hanging from a gold cross.  Available in 2 sizes:

  • Small Cross measures 27.5 x 16.5mm (1.08 x .65") + 7.0mm Bail/Wt. 1.4g C4770
  • Small Cross overall length (including bail):  34.5 Long (1.36") 
  • Small Cross accommodates a chain up to 1.5mm
  • Large Cross Measures 32.8 x 23.8mm (1.29 x .94") + 9.0mm Bail/Wt. 2.7g C4771
  • Large Cross overall length (including bail):  41.8mm (1.65")
  • Large Cross accommodates a chain up to 2.5mm
  • Suitable for ladies or men
Find our Chain Collection here:  https://roxxfinejewelry.com/collections/chains

    The History of the Lady of Guadalupe

    In December of 1531, Juan Diego, an Aztec Indian living outside of Mexico City, encountered an apparition of the Virgin Mary.  She appeared to Juan Diego and instructed him to go to the archbishop and ask that a church be constructed in her honor on the very spot where she appeared to him.  Juan Diego did as instructed, but the archbishop was skeptical and asked him for proof.  The Virgin appeared to Juan Diego three more times, insisting on the same, and eventually giving him proof of her existence.  On Her fourth visit to Juan Diego, She told him that She had healed his dying uncle (to whom she also appeared).  She also instructed him to gather flowers on the top of Tepeyak Hill.  When Juan Diego went to Tepeyak Hill, he found beautiful Castilian roses, which were not native to the area, and especially not in the month of December.  Juan Diego gathered the roses in his cloak and took them to the bishop. Upon opening his cloak for the bishop, an image of Mary was emblazoned on the fabric.  A shrine, known as Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, was built on that spot, and Juan Diego's cloak is housed in it.  Her Basilica is the most visited Catholic shrine in the world.

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