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Our spring collection is a light and floral collection of crosses. Each cross has its own symbolism and meaning. This collection of crosses includes crosses based on historical designs from Ireland, Scotland, France, England, and Germany. (This collection does not contain ALL of our flower based designs, but just some of our top sellers).
Ballyshannon is located on the western sea and at the mouth of the River Earne. It is a magical, enchanting area in northwestern Ireland. Families of wild swans swim on...
Slane Abbey Cross
Above the village of Slane, the first Easter fire was lit by St. Patrick in 433 to symbolize the arrival of Christianity to Ireland. A monastery was built on the...
Northumberland crosses frequently used vines and leaves as design elements. The images used to decorate crosses were selected for their relevant symbolic value. The leaf design on the Berwick Cross...
The design for this cross was adapted from a capital of a pillar in the cathedral of St. Peter and St. George in Bamberg Germany. The cathedral combines the late...
Peace This delightful cross comes from the heart of Ireland and the town of Ballina, where the Shannon River leaves Lough Derg and rushes toward the city of Limerick and...
The cross design is an adaptation from a late Gothic door in the Duke's fortress of Veste Coburg, in the town of Coburg in Bavaria, Germany. The Veste Coburg is...
St. Giles Cross
This cross is from the Emblem of the Brotherhood of the Sacred Heath. The Brotherhood of the Sacred Heart is associated with St. Giles. As a hermit Giles first lived...
This cross design is adapted from a Bishop's Cross in the Germanisches Museum in Nuremberg, Germany. Nuremberg, the region of Bavaria is situated on the Pegnitz River. The earliest records...
May your thoughts be as glad as the shamrocks May your heart be as light as a songMay each day bring you bright happy hours, That stay with you all...
The design for this cross was based on a Gothic design element on a 16th century painted ceiling in the Knight’s Hall of Bishop’s Castle in Füssen, Germany. The Gothic...
Deep peace of the running waves to you, Deep peace of the flowing air to youDeep peace of the smiling stars to youDeep peace of the quiet earth to youDeep...
Love The Toulouse Cross is inspired by the art nouveau style, which swept most of the Western world at the end of the 19th century. Art Nouveau was an avant-garde...
The design for this cross comes from the side of a cross; found originally in the church of Aberlady. The church is on the south shore of the Firth of...
This cross is in the shape of the Fleur-de-lis, a stylized iris and the French royal emblem. According to legend, in the early 500’s, Clovis I started using the fleur-de-lis...