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 silver these crosses became more elaborate. They had complicated openwork designs or patterns endless interwoven lines symbolizing eternity. The crosses then added hinges and crowns and had the influence of European Medals. This cross comes from the Dese region.
4 inches long
2 1/2inches wide
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