Bracelet soto Black Cross Gerhard
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Bead skull bracelet for men or women soto Black Cross Gerhard
Men's or women's bead bracelet in 8 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 Soto Black Cross Gerhard Bracelet, a distinctive piece designed for men who appreciate bold style and exceptional quality. This skull bracelet, created by Santa Muerte, is a unique fusion of robustness and elegance, embodying the spirit of the Knights of the Black Cross, inspired by the Teutonic Knights.
Each bracelet is painstakingly handcrafted, ensuring meticulous attention to detail. The white howlite beads , carefully selected fine stones, are mounted on an extremely resistant elastic cable, offering durability and comfort. The centerpiece of this piece of jewelry is a pewter skull , a symbol of strength and bravery, adorned with the distinctive emblems of the Santa Muerte brand.
Each bracelet is also embellished with a small black cross , adding a subtle touch of mystery and spirituality. The components of the bracelet, made of quality pewter , guarantee not only exceptional aesthetics but also a non-allergenic product, without any alloy.
Versatile and stylish, the Soto Black Cross Gerhard Bracelet can be worn with confidence by both men and women. Make a bold statement of your individuality with this unique piece of jewelry, which embodies the heritage of the Knights of the Black Cross while reflecting the exceptional craftsmanship of Santa Muerte. Order now and add a touch of distinction to your personal style.
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.