Amber sea glass cross

Amber sea glass cross


Cut off twice a day by the tide, the tiny islet of Hobthrush lies a short distance off the beach behind St Mary’s Church. Also known as St Cuthbert’s island, it was to here that the saint initially retreated from the Priory’s monastic community to live in relative isolation.

The dimensions of this piece are based on the proportions of the simple wooden cross which marks the site of the ruined medieval chapel.

The delicately textured sterling silver cross measures 70mm x 34mm

Set with a 10mm roundel of amber sea glass, found on the island’s beaches.

The cross is set on a 75mm length chain.

Fully hallmarked by the Sheffield Assay Office

Please note - images of sea glass pieces are taken in natural daylight, with minimal post-editing, and I try my best to ensure accurate colour rendering of the sea glass. However, real life colours may be slightly different from those viewed on your computer, tablet or phone. If you have any queries at all about the colour of an item, please do feel free to contact me.

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