Scottish Sterling Silver

CELTIC MacMillan CROSS PENDANT by Sherridan Smith Sterling Silver Scottish New

CELTIC MacMillan CROSS PENDANT by Sherridan Smith Sterling Silver Scottish New
CELTIC MacMillan CROSS PENDANT by Sherridan Smith Sterling Silver Scottish New
CELTIC MacMillan CROSS PENDANT by Sherridan Smith Sterling Silver Scottish New

CELTIC MacMillan CROSS PENDANT by Sherridan Smith Sterling Silver Scottish New    CELTIC MacMillan CROSS PENDANT by Sherridan Smith Sterling Silver Scottish New
BRAND NEW Sherridan Smith Fine Collectables KILMORY CHAPEL'S. MACMILLAN SCOTTISH CROSS STERLING SILVER.

The crosses in the Sherridan Smith Scottish collection are all either original designs by the artist or designs that Smith based on historic Celtic crosses in Scotland. The design for the MacMillan Cross pendant and kilt pins are based on photographs of the original s tone cross taken by Joan and Jane McMillin. The dimensions of the pendant (not including bale/loop) are 2 1/4" X 7/8" X 1/8. MADE IN THE U S A! The majority of the Sherridan Smith Fine Collectables jewelry is based on historic crosses in the Celtic lands.

Being a sculptor, Smith's designs have been sculpted rather than stamped. He uses the same methods for his jewelry pieces that he uses for his bronze statues.

They have a thickness and depth to them, which make each piece truly a piece of art. His work can be seen in art galleries & religious book stores across the United States and is known internationally, especially in Scotland, where Clan chiefs wear his jewelry pieces with pride. But you don't have to be Celtic to wear a Sherridan Smith piece! Smith is often invited to show his wares at Scottish Highland Games, Celtic Festivals, Irish Fairs, Renaissance Faires, Medieval Faires, and religious conventions. His works are well-known to Catholics, Episcopalians, Presbyterians, Methodists & Lutherans worldwide. Each design is a thing of beauty & full of history. Keep on shopping in our store.

International approximately 1-2 weeks and 3-4 weeks during holiday season. I'm Sherridan Smith (AKA Sam Smith). I'm a sculptor/painter, and have designed a line of jewelry, heavily weighted with Celtic crosses, primarily based on historic stone crosses. My Celtic monograms are very popular, as are my saint charms and church emblems.

My wife, Christina Johns, comes from a family of artists, singers, writers, filmmakers and actors. She herself has worked as each of these. Most of my jewelry designs are available in bronze, sterling silver, silver plate, gold plate, and, by special request, solid gold. Johnson, a long-time journalist and educator, wrote three books, one of interest to journalists and journalism students and two which deal with UFOs! Our Book category also contains novels, art books, cookbooks, children's books, and a large array of non-fiction books.

Christina and I have a small sheep farm in Oklahoma. We breed Navajo-churro sheep, whose wool covers a large range of colors, from mesa red to bluish silver. We also are home to five adorable dogs. When our wool is available, we will have it listed in the Craft category. Our store is Art by the Tracks.

Certain images and/or photos used in this template are the copyrighted property of JupiterImages and are being used with permission under license. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Necklaces & Pendants". The seller is "artisticcelt" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Material: Sterling Silver
  • Ethnicity: Scottish
  • Name of Cross: Kilmory Chapel's MacMillan Cross
  • Special Feature: Double-Sided (different image on each side)
  • Ethnic Origin: Celtic
  • Metal Purity: .925
  • Metal: Sterling Silver
  • Brand: Sherridan Smith Fine Collectables
  • Jewelry Type: Pendant
  • Ethnic & Regional Style: Celtic

CELTIC MacMillan CROSS PENDANT by Sherridan Smith Sterling Silver Scottish New    CELTIC MacMillan CROSS PENDANT by Sherridan Smith Sterling Silver Scottish New