Introducing a stunning sterling silver cross, handcrafted by award-winning designer Lawrence Baca from Santa Fe, New Mexico. This exquisite piece of jewelry features antique spoons, adding a touch of history and nostalgia to the design, and is adorned with a beautiful amethyst stone.
Each cross is a unique work of art, meticulously crafted with expert attention to detail. The combination of the antique spoons and the stunning amethyst stone makes this cross a true statement piece that will be cherished for a lifetime.
Made from high-quality sterling silver, this cross is both durable and beautiful. The amethyst stone is carefully selected for its vibrant color and clarity, and is securely set in the center of the cross. The intricate design of the spoon handles adds an extra layer of beauty and detail to the piece.
Whether you're looking for a special piece to wear for religious or spiritual reasons, or simply appreciate the beauty and craftsmanship of unique jewelry, this sterling silver cross is the perfect addition to your collection. It's a piece that will turn heads and start conversations wherever you go.
With Lawrence Baca's reputation as an award-winning designer, you can trust that this cross is made with the utmost care and skill. So why wait? Treat yourself or someone special to this stunning sterling silver cross, and experience the beauty and artistry of Lawrence Baca's designs.
About the Artist:
Lawrence Baca is a multi-talented, award-winning jewelry designer, born and raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico. His design inspiration is defined by the strong Hispanic and Native American cultural influences. The common theme in all his work is a combination of Spanish Colonial Ecclesiastical with roots in the earliest phase of Native American old Pawn.
Baca’s use of materials ranges from sterling silver to 24 karat gold. He also uses a wide variety of gems and stones to create one of a kind designs. There is no work like Lawrence Baca’s – the rugged splendor is pure joy, palpable. You simply feel lighter and happier in its presence. Collectors worldwide return to Santa Fe for his new works and people who see it for the first time are mesmerized by the depths of his heartfelt style.