Good Friday (ft Cross Jewellery)

Good Friday, the Friday before Easter, the day on which Christians annually observe the commemoration of the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ. From the early days of Christianity, Good Friday was observed as a day of sorrow, penance, and fasting, a characteristic that finds expression in the German word Karfreitag (“Sorrowful Friday”). This year 2021, Good Friday is celebrated on Friday, April 2. 

There is no better day than Good Friday to introduce some cross jewellery. The cross is a universal symbol of Christianity. Many Christians believe that wearing a cross offers the wearer protection from evil. However, there are also individuals, both Christians and non-Christians, who wear cross jewellery as a fashion accessory. 

The first pendant, aptly named as 916 Gold Sacrifice of Love Crucifix Cross Pendant, perfectly describes how the crucifixion was a sacrifice out of love. This pendant is intricately and beautifully designed in two-tone: yellow and white gold. 


The second design shown below is, as the name 916 Gold Classic Cross Pendant suggests, a classic design that holds a ton of meaningful symbolism. This minimalist design pendant can also be easily paired with other pendants on a chain, or even be used as a charm on a bracelet! 

If you prefer wearing a cross that stands out a little more, we have faceted designs that sparkles, in both white gold and yellow gold. From our 18K White Gold Intricate Cross Pendant to 916 Gold Shiny Blessings Cross Pendant, you can see that a cross pendant on its own actually has many different designs to choose from too. 


If you’re someone who prefers a little more subtle cross designs, we have tiny framed cross pendants as well. The frames are available in various shapes, such as rectangle and oval ones as shown below. Like some of the other pendants, these pendants can also be used as charms. 

Apart from pendants, we also have other cross design gold jewellery, such as earrings - both stud and dangling kinds. 

Browse for more cross jewellery here.