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The three-bar Russian or St. Andrew cross appears with great frequency in Slavic religious symbolism. Tradition teaches that when the Apostle Andrew preached in southern Russia he placed a life-size three-bar cross at his side. While explaining the Last Judgment he tilted the foot plate to signify that those on the right side of Christ will go up into heaven and those on the left will go down into hell.
A simple and robust cross, this classic design is similar to the St. Andrews Cross, but with a fixed loop and less exacting detail. Comes with an 18" silver chain. The cross portion itself measures 3/4" tall not including the loop.
A simple sterling silver cross with a classic Russian relief detail of the crucifixion on the front, "Save and Protect" in Slavonic on the back. Includes an 18" silver chain.
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