Ethiopian Coptic Crosses, unusually named after towns or provinces of the highlands, are either cast by the lost wax method or directly cut from a Maria Theresa Dollar. In the 19th century with a ready supply of brass these crosses became more elaborate. They had complicated openwork designs or patterns endless interwoven lines symbolizing eternity. The term Coptic cross may also refer to a number of Christian cross variants associated in some way with Coptic Christians. A wonderful gift for the holidays or to add to your collection.
4 Inches Tall
2 1/4 Inch Wide
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