Impressive Georgian Cut Steel Cross

Cut steel was made to mimic diamonds when worn by candlelight. Early cut steel seen from the back reveals that each bead on the front was cut and polished (usually from used horse shoe nails) and riveted to a single plate of metal. This early cut steel cross dates to the Georgian Era, circa 1790-1810, and was most likely made in Birmingham, England. It measures 1.43" wide. x 3.36" high and weighs 17.5 grams.

This impressively large cross looks fabulous on and could be worn with a silver or gold chain or even a simple cord.

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Item ID: CSA22987VA

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