Murrine-style glass is formed by sections of multi-colored glass rods, then melted together -- a technique used in Egypt between the 3rd and 1st Centuries BC. This glass cross comes on an adjustable braided cord, and is also available in other colors (enter "murrine" in the Search box). At this sweet price, you'll want to pick up two or more of these glass crosses for gifts! No two crosses are exactly the same so know the one pictured will be different than the one you will receive!
I love the cross but wish it had a chain Describe Yourself: Modern; Pros: Beautiful, Good Length, Good Quality, Stylish, Unique, Versatile
My nieces loved this necklace!!!!
Marilyn (Gainesboro, TN, November 5, 2008)
My nieces wear their necklaces often to school and get many comments. People want to know where they got them from!!! Best Uses: Everyday; Describe Yourself: Career, Comfort-Oriented, Practical; Pros: Beautiful, Good Length, Good Quality
Blue and the Lavender Cross with Flowers
Grand Mother (Colorado, May 4, 2009)
The Catholic school only allows religious jewerly with the uniform. The glass crosses are delightful to everyone who sees them and my granddaughter loves wearing them. The flowers are so interesting. Best Uses: Everyday, Wear with school uniform; Describe Yourself: Classic, Practical, Traditional Catholic; Pros: Beautiful, Good Length, Good Quality, Stylish, Versatile
Nice cross for a young person
animalover (Winston-Salem, NC, June 10, 2009)
I bought this for a young lady's confirmation. I was looking for something nice but not too expensive as she was not a family member. I liked the selection of colors. The blue one was very pretty. I did not like the adjusting mechanism (would rather have a clasp) but some people may like that feature since you can adjust the length of it. Best Uses: Everyday; Cons: Adjusting mechanism; Describe Yourself: Career, Comfort-Oriented, Stylish; Pros: Beautiful, Good Length, Versatile