The design is from the century, based on a pendant found buried in an earthenware jar in southwestern Finland. It is thought to have been hidden by a Christian priest who wanted to protect it from pagan Finns.
Kalevala Koru bronze pendant from 30-40s cross with ancient characters that symbolize the four winds and the whole world. In Christianity, the cross symbolizes the eternal live.On this medieval crucifix aree the words EXE HOMO Agnus Dei which means: who does see the human god lamb. Stamped: K.K Height: 10 cm Width: 4 cm Chain: 60 cm Weight: 54.3 gr
CROSSES PENDANT, material: bronze or silver. This collection draws its inspiration from early Finnish history. Many of the pieces are replicas of archeological finds dating back to the early years A.D., the Viking era and more recent times. The rich ornamental world of the museum pieces has also inspired attractive jewelry adaptations. Even the most modern Kalevala Koru pieces have strong roots in Finnish culture, which for centuries has combined the influences of east and west.