St. Brynach's Cross Pin

United States
  • St. Brynach's Cross Pin, Sterling silver
Item No. 2275P

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This sterling silver cross, inspired by the Great Cross in the churchyard of St. Brynach in Nanhyfer (Nevern), is set in Celtic style against the circle of the sun, and ornamented with the endless ribbon of eternity. The design is deeply incised. The St. Brynach's Cross pin is about 1-3/16 inches in diameter. Made in USA, exclusive to David Morgan.

This sterling silver cross, inspired by the Great Cross in the churchyard of St. Brynach in Nanhyfer (Nevern), is set in Celtic style against the circle of the sun, and ornamented with the endless ribbon of eternity. The design is deeply incised. The St. Brynach's Cross pin is about 1-3/16 inches in diameter. Made in USA, exclusive to David Morgan.

Pandemic woes continue to plague our manufacturing jeweler who is unable to keep up with demand. At this time we are no longer taking back orders. Please let us know if you would like to be notified when we have stock.

  • St. Brynach's Cross
    This cross depicts the design of the top of the great cross in Wales in the churchyard in Nanhyfer, Pembrokeshire. The great cross, 13 feet tall and ornamented with Celtic knotwork, is dedicated to St. Brynach who lived in the late 5th and early 6th centuries. He was a native of nearby Cemaes who, after a pilgrimage to Rome and a sojourn in Brittany, returned to Wales to lead an ascetic life in Nanhyfer. The cross was carved in the 10th or 11th century. Legend has it that the cuckoo, on returning to Wales in the spring, first sings from the cross on April 7th, the saint's feast day.

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