The Byzantine Canterbury Cross is an exquisite design replica of the 9th century Byzantine Cross which was discovered in 1867 in St. Georges Street, Canterbury, England. It was during construction of a new drainage system on St. George Street that led to the discovery workers found a small bronze cross during excavations.
This cross dates to circa 850 AD and and was originally cast in bronze.
It's accented with an Aventurine stone. Aventurine meaning comes from the Italian word Aventura which means chance, a hint at the great fortune this stone can bestow upon you.
Aventurine comes from India, the depths of the Amazon jungle, corners of Russia and the mountains of Brazil.
Cross measures 1 1/2 by 1 1/2. Finished with a 14 karat gold filled chain and clasp.