A solid bronze cross in a design said to be associated with King Arthur.
This is a reproduction of the cross alleged to have been found on King Arthurs’ grave by the monks of Glastonbury Abbey in 1191 CE. The wording on the cross translates as “Here lies the famous King Arthur, buried in the isle of Avalon”. Several historic transcriptions of the cross exist and some say that it also mentions his 2nd wife Guinevere!
Bronze is a very hard metal that looks like gold when first seen. We only use copper and tin, referred to as “classic bronze”, to make it. Our ancestors used bronze to make swords and these were only superseded when iron was discovered. We cast our bronze using the lost wax process, due to its high melting point. All of our St Justin Pewter products are LEAD FREE.
As with all St Justin products, this item comes with a lifetime guarantee. If there is a fault in the workmanship, we will repair or replace it free of charge. Simple.