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1 pair of stainless steel hoops in silver or black Iron Cross

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1 pair

11,99 € 8,99

incl. 19 % VAT plus shipping

delivery time in week days:
Germany: 1-5 | Europe: 5-10 | World: 7-30
If payment is received before approx. 13:30 o'clock we ship on the same working day.

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1 pair of iron cross hoop earrings made of surgical stainless steel 316L in various sizes and colors

The term "diameter" refers to the outside diameter.
The earrings are available in the following designs:

  1. Silver - brushed mat
  2. Silver - highly polished
  3. Black - anodized
    Advantages of stainless steel over silver:
  • no tarnishing of the material
  • no discoloration of skin or clothing
  • much harder than silver and thus practically indestructible
  • durable brilliance due to no corrosion
  • hypoallergenic

Iron cross
The Iron Cross is associated as a coat of arms symbol with Germany, as it represents the highest military award. It was founded by Emperor Frederick William III of Prussia in 1813 in the war against Napoleon and consists of silver edged iron. It was awarded in all later wars until the First World War. In contrast to the swastika, the Iron Cross was not removed from German iconography.

Templar cross / Knight's cross:
The Templar Cross (also Lily cross cannon cross) was worn only by the elite of the Templar Knights. Most of the time it was painted red because this color was a symbol of the spilled blood of Christ. The ends of the cross (paws) stood for the connection of spiritual power through the cross of Christ with the courage of the knights.

1 pair | the selection length refers to the outside diameter

Material: Stainless steel (hypoallergenic) | Coating: vacuum plated

no staining on the skin or clothing

much harder than silver and thus practically indestructible

permanent shine, because corrosion-free

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