Star of David Sterling Silver Necklace with Cross 18" Sterling Silver Chain

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Great Messianic Star of David with Cross Pendant. This Star of David with Cross sterling silver pendant is a gem. Combining the symbolism of both God’s chosen people, the Israelites, and that of the new hope...

Great Messianic Star of David with Cross Pendant. This Star of David with Cross sterling silver pendant is a gem. Combining the symbolism of both God’s chosen people, the Israelites, and that of the new hope for the Gentiles, the Star of David and the cross sterling silver pendant offers a unique perspective to the depth of God’s love for His children.

These sterling silver pendants come on an 18” sterling silver chain and a spring-ring clasp. The jewelry comes packaged in a lovely black velvet hinged gift box.

This sterling silver Messianic Star of David Cross Necklace is a perfect adornment to any outfit. Comes with a matching 18" sterling silver chain, and is packaged in a luxurious blue plush hinged gift box. Made in Asia Minor, Turkey - A Biblical Holy Land second only to Israel. This is where the followers of Jesus were first called Christians.

This sterling silver piece makes the perfect gift for any occasion. Raise your child in the ways of Christ by helping him or her to always remember the moment when their faith became real. Gift occasions: Birthday, Baptism, Christening, Baby Dedication, Bereavement, First Communion, Catholic, Confirmation, Easter, Mother's Day, Christmas, Graduation, Mitzvah, Memorial, Valentine's Day.

A portion of the proceeds goes toward furthering the Gospel in the Middle East. 

Product Specifications:
Clasp: Spring Ring 
Length: 18-inch chain
Packaging: Black velvet hinged gift box

Made in Turkey

SKU: ss-p2
UPC: 0650966824341

 

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Jon
Great

Amazing product !

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Pamela Darr
This is perfect

I love that I can wear a cross between the star of David. As the message does not convey a jew for Jesus but the love Hashem wants for his creation of human beings. I'm getting this one February 1st 2019.And will wear it proudly but privately as not to argue with the Hasidic communities in nyc.