Acceptance for the Cross you bear and the Belief that you bear it for a reason
Sentimental Jewelry popular in the the late 19th and early 20th century, was made possible through the invention of a micro photographs and a Codding Magnifier developed by the Frenchman Sir David Brewster. Charles Stanhope, also French, developed a miniature convex lens to view sentimental images and while his lens was not used in the jewelry, his name became associated with the technique. The jewelry often contained images of the Lord’s Prayer, Cathedrals or loved ones. Brother Wolf reinterprets the exquisitely detailed pieces with double sided jewels, cast in sterling silver and 14 karat gold as pendants or a charm bracelet.