All Items : New Century : Jewelry : Pendants : Contemporary item #1330657 (stock #pomegranate2)
Biblical Artifacts
$550.00
Handmade in Israel this finely crafted, 3-dimensional, silver pendant is in the form of a pomegranate.

Each half of the pendant front is separately decorated to reference a different blessing bestowed upon the Holy Land.

On the left are inlaid garnets which have been cut and set to resemble pomegranate seeds...
All Items : New Century : Jewelry : Pendants : Contemporary item #1330656 (stock #pomegranate1)
Biblical Artifacts
$550.00
Handmade in Jerusalem this finely crafted, 3-dimensional, silver pendant is in the form of a pomegranate with two adjoining decorated fields.

On the left is inlaid amethyst which has been cut and set to resemble pomegranate seeds...
All Items : New Century : Jewelry : Pendants : Contemporary item #1308953 (stock #MM.3)
Biblical Artifacts
$6,000.00
Depicting one of the most significant mosaics of the Holy Land, this micro mosaic illustrates only a small part of the original Madaba Map, located in Madaba, Jordan at what is now the site of the church of St. George. Constructed in the 6th Century CE at the site of a Byzantine cathedral, this map is the oldest surviving map of the Holy Land and is regarded as the most accurate depiction predating modern cartography...
All Items : New Century : Jewelry : Pendants : Contemporary item #1308952 (stock #MM.2)
Biblical Artifacts
$4,700.00
This micro mosaic pendant depicts one of the most famous iconographical elements of the Ancient Near East and the Levant: the Tree of Life. This particular example is an adaptation of the floor mosaic at Hisham's Palace outside Jericho, built during the Ummayad dynasty in the 8th Century CE. The original is perhaps the most famous mosaic from this palace and speaks to the continuation of cultural iconography throughout the long history of the region...
All Items : New Century : Jewelry : Contemporary item #1308948 (stock #MM.1)
Biblical Artifacts
$4,500.00
This pendant contains a handmade micro mosaic depicting the mosaic which adorns the Church of the Multiplication in Tabgha, Israel. Tabgha is located on the shore of the Sea of Galilee and is believed to be the site where the miracle of the loaves and fishes took place. It is for this reason that a church was built on the site in the mid 4th Century CE...