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Christian Jewelry: Ancient Symbols of Faith Are the Hot New Styles

Some styles may come and go, but loyalty is always in fashion. Crosses, saint pendants and more, these are the jewelry we will cherish forever. But the hottest new styles in Christian jewelry are the ancient symbols of the faith, which even predate the cross.

These symbols, such as the Pisces, the anchor and the dove, are the oldest symbols used in Christian jewelry. Each has a very special and very specific meaning. Because of these special qualities, ancient symbols of faith are making a huge revival in Christian jewelry and fashion.

The symbolism of the ancient Christian jewelry:

The cross was not openly used in Christian jewelry until the 3rd century AD, when Emperor Constantine made Christianity the official religion of Rome. Since then the cross has become the most important of Christian symbols and has been widely used in art and Christian jewelry.


Christian jewelry played a large role in protecting and promoting early Christianity. Since the early Christians were often persecuted for their faith, it was not safe to display the cross openly. Early Christians instead wore other forms of Christian jewelry, such as:

The Pisces: The Pisces consists of two intersecting arcs resembling the profile of a fish, and in modern Christian jewelry the name "Jesus" is usually written in the center. Pisces symbolizes Christ as a "fish of men". The clean, simple lines of Pisces form an elegantly discreet Christian jewel, for one who enjoys the richness of simplicity.

The anchor: The anchor obviously has a special meaning for sailors, and in fact is commonly known as the sailor's cross. But initially it was used not only by seafarers, but also by Christians from all walks of life. The anchor is used in Christian jewelry as a symbol of Jesus as the anchor of the Christian life, as well as hope based on faith in Christ. The anchor is the perfect Christian jewelry for those who spend a lot of time at sea, as well as those who need stability in their lives.

The dove: The dove is a symbol of the Holy Spirit. The story goes that when Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist, the Holy Spirit descended on Jesus in the form of a dove. The dove is also a universal symbol of peace and purity. The dove is the perfect christening gift.

The Lamb of God: The Lamb of God is the oldest depiction of Jesus. Jesus was called the Lamb of God when John the Baptist, upon seeing him, proclaimed: "Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world." In Christian jewelry the lamb has become the symbol of innocence and triumph over sin.

These are just some of the ancient symbols found in Christian jewelry. With so many different symbols with so many different stories, it's easy to find the perfect piece to celebrate the person while also celebrating the faith.

The Cross:

When the emperor Constantine converted all of Rome to Christianity, the cross was used much more widely in Christian jewelry. Soon many different variations of the cross would appear. These ancient forms of the cross have stood the test of time and are still as popular today as they were fifteen hundred years ago. Some examples of ancient forms of the cross in Christian jewelry are:

The Latin Cross: The Latin cross is the most commonly used form of cross. The Latin cross is a cross with a long vertical bar intersected just above the center by a shorter horizontal bar. The Latin cross with the body of Christ, better known as the crucifix, is used by the Catholic and Orthodox churches as a representation of Christ's sacrifice, while the Latin cross that was left empty is used by Protestants as a representation of Christ's resurrection. The Latin cross is perfect for the quiet, faithful person as it shows the power of simplicity.

The Greek cross: The Greek cross, a cross with equilateral arms, is the oldest form of the Christian cross. It is most often used by the Greek Orthodox Church and represents the union of the divine and human worlds. The Greek cross is a stunning piece of Christian jewelry, for those who belong to the Eastern Church, as well as those who wish to be slightly different in their jewelry.

St. Anthony's cross: The St. Anthony's cross is a cross in the shape of the letter T. Some believe that this is the actual shape of the crosses used by the Romans for crucifixions. The cross of Saint Anthony is a smooth Christian jewelry for those seeking discipline in their lives.

The Celtic Cross: One of the most popular pieces of Christian jewelry, the Celtic cross is a cross with a circle around the rod. The circle is believed to originally represent the sun, or possibly the moon, both of which were worshiped by the Irish before their conversion to Christianity. Nowadays the circle has come to represent to many the endless love of God, as seen through the sacrifice of Christ. The Celtic cross is one of the most striking pieces of Christian jewelry, and you don't have to be Irish to wear one.

The cross is definitely the most popular form of Christian jewelry, and with so many styles to choose from, it's easy to find the perfect fit for the individual. At® you can view a wide variety of Christian jewelry.

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To get an idea of the different styles and prices available in Christian jewelry, it is most convenient to view them online. unique symbol of faith but also in timeless jewelry small works of art

The true heart of Christianity:

The true heart of Christianity lives within all of us. With Christian jewelry we can elegantly express the faith of our heart. The ancient symbols and crosses of Christianity are the perfect way for all of us to show our faith in a stylish and personal way. Maybe that's why ancient symbols of faith are the hottest new styles.

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