Mini Black Cross Bracelet
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Men's or women's mini Black Cross bead bracelet
Men's or women 'bead bracelet in 6 mm fine stones decorated with our skull, two pewter crosses, a hematite cross and our pewter Santa Muerte logo, mounted on extremely resistant elastic cable.
Each bracelet is made to order and by hand in our Parisian workshop.
Most common Size for women: S (15cm)
Most common Size for Men: L (19cm)
Size XL (21cm) is to be reserved for VERY large wrists
Discover the timeless elegance of the Mini Black Cross Bracelet, an exceptional creation from our pewter jewelry collection. Designed especially for men passionate about the aesthetic of the Teutonic knights, this bracelet combines the charm of hematite beads with the strength of the extremely resistant elastic cable.
Every detail of this piece of jewelry tells a rich story, inspired by the legacy of the Knights of the Black Cross. The pewter cross, a symbol of character and bravery, is meticulously incorporated into the design, accompanied by the distinctive emblems of the Santa Muerte brand.
Handmade with care, each bracelet is a unique work of art. The 6 mm beads , made of real fine black regalite stones, add a touch of sophistication. No alloy is used in the composition, thus guaranteeing a non-allergenic product of exceptional quality.
Versatile, this bracelet can be worn in style by both men and women, embodying the bold and timeless spirit of the Knights of the Black Cross. Opt for authenticity and artisanal quality with our Mini Black Cross Bracelet, an accessory that transcends trends and will become the symbol of your distinctive style. Order now and let yourself be seduced by the unique look of this exceptional jewel.
A knight with the black cross or medieval Teutonic knight was a member of the Catholic military order Deutscher Orden or Teutonic Order, officially founded in March 1198 CE. With their famous black cross on a white tunic, the austere Teutonic Knights became masters of trade and diplomacy, carving out vast swathes of territory from their base in Prussia and building castles across Europe, from Sicily to Lithuania.