GOLD DIAMOND CRUCIFIX. DIAMOND CRUCIFIX
Gold Diamond Crucifix. White Gold Round Diamond Ring.
Gold Diamond Crucifix
- A representation of a cross with a figure of Jesus Christ on it
- A crucifix (from Latin cruci fixus meaning "(one) fixed to a cross") is a usually three-dimensional cross with a representation of Jesus' body, referred to in English as the corpus (Latin for "body"), as distinct from a cross with no body.
- representation of the cross on which Jesus died
- a gymnastic exercise performed on the rings when the gymnast supports himself with both arms extended horizontally
- A tool with a small stone of such a kind for cutting glass
- In extended and metaphorical use with reference to the brilliance, form, or hardness of diamonds
- A precious stone consisting of a clear and typically colorless crystalline form of pure carbon, the hardest naturally occurring substance
- rhombus: a parallelogram with four equal sides; an oblique-angled equilateral parallelogram
- a transparent piece of diamond that has been cut and polished and is valued as a precious gem
- very hard native crystalline carbon valued as a gem
- made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"
- amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"
- An alloy of this
- A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color
- A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies
- coins made of gold
14k Yellow Gold Diamond Cut Crucifix Cross Pendant
Here we feature this New 14k Yellow Gold 3D Crucifix Pendant Charm. With just the right size, not too big or small, comes this stunning diamond-cut Crucifix. The cross and Jesus shines with absolute brilliance! Everyone will sure admire your taste for jewelry perfection!
Material: 14k Yellow Gold
Gram Weight: 3.4
Top to Bottom: 1.5" Approx. Including Bail
Side to Side: 0.75"
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Panorama - The Church of St. Anne and the Church of St. Francis and St. Bernardine
Panorama from the old town of Vilnius, Lithuania. From left to right the Church of St. Anne, the bell-tower of the Church of St. Anne, the monument to Adam Mickiewicz, and the Church of St. Francis and St. Bernardine.
The Church of St. Francis and St. Bernardine is one of the largest gothic sacral buildings in Vilnius. It composes a unique architectural ensemble with St. Anne's Church, but it is much older and higher than the latter.
In 1469, Bernardine monks that had recently settled in Vilnius built a wooden church that was later replaced by the brick one. At the beginning of the 16th century, the church was totally reconstructed. Originally, the church was a part of the city's defensive wall, and this, in fact, explains its modest decor. Since then the loopholes under the roof in the northern facade have remained. After numerous renovations in the 16-17th centuries the church acquired renaissance and baroque style elements. The baroque decor of the altars, pulpit, organ choir and tombstones softens the strictness of the gothic lines. During the Soviet occupation the church was handed over to the Art Institute. In 1994, it was returned to the brethren of St. Francis.
Now the Bernardine Church is being restored and soon it will acquire its former beauty. But even now the splendor interior of the church enchants the visitors. The dominants of the interior are fourteen rococo style altars decorated with beautiful wooden sculptures. The church features the oldest known crucifix in Lithuania, which dates back to the 15th century. The unique mural painting decorating the walls of the naves dates back to the 16th century and combines renaissance and gothic elements. The scenes on biblical themes are decorated with inscriptions in gothic character and floral ornaments. The church is famous for the plenty of the ornate tombstones. Among them one should mention marble tombstones of Stanislaus Radziwill in the north nave (1618-1623) and Piotr Wiesiolowski in the south nave (1634).
The Bernardine monastery that is situated near the church is the oldest brick building of the entire complex. It was constructed at the end of the 15th century. The monastery soon became one of the cultural centers of the medieval Lithuania. It was famous for its rich library, containing unique manuscripts and books. In 1864, the monastery was closed and the building was reequipped to soldier's barracks. In 1919, it was handed over to the art faculty of the university, later - to the Art Institute. Now the cloister houses the Vilnius Academy of Art.
The statue in the foreground is in memory of Adam Bernard Mickiewicz which is generally regarded as the greatest Polish Romantic poet. He ranks as one of Poland's Three Bards alongside Zygmunt Krasinski and Juliusz Slowacki. Mickiewicz is also regarded as the greatest Slavic poet, alongside Alexander Pushkin, and as one of the best authors of the Romantic school.
Adam Mickiewicz is generally known as a Polish poet; but though all his major works are written in Polish, his nationality has been an object of controversy. The controversy largely stems from the fact that in the 19th century the modern concept of nationality based on ethnicity had not yet been fully developed and the term "Lithuania," as used by Mickiewicz himself, had a much broader geographic meaning than it does now. Mickiewicz had been brought up in the culture of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, a multicultural state that had encompassed most of what today are the separate countries of Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Belarus and Ukraine. His most famous poem, Pan Tadeusz, begins with the invocation "Oh Lithuania, my fatherland, thou art like good health". It is generally accepted that in Mickiewicz's time the term "Lithuania" still carried a strong association with the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, part of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and that Mickiewicz used it in a political rather than an ethnic sense.
Iesus of Nazareth Rex Ierusalem (INRI) in Bruges
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Built in the 12th century, the Church of Our Lady (Onze Lieve Vrouwekerk) with a spiked spire 360 feet high.
It took two centuries (13th-15th) to build the church. Among the many art treasures of the Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk is a beautiful Carrara marble Madonna and Child sculpture by Michelangelo.
This statue, made in 1504, was the only one of Michelangelo's works to leave Italy in his lifetime and is today one of the few that can be seen outside Italy. The church also contains a painting of the Crucifixion of Christ by Anthony van Dyck and a rococo extravaganza of a pulpit, designed by Bruges artist Jan Antoon Garemijn.
Here you see my picture of the arched Gothic ceiling with a Christ on the Cross
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