1 of 2

Your questions answered

Frequently Asked Questions

Here's a list of our most frequently asked questions, we have tried to provide as much information as possible. If you do need any further help, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at sales@crossesandmedals.com

Information about our jewelry

Sterling Silver

Our Sterling silver medals are at least 92.5 percent pure silver. Copper is typically combined to improve the metal’s hardness and durability without compromising the quality and look of the silver.Sterling Silver medal are marked with a quality stamp to ensure the content of the silver. Federal law mandates that the quality stamp must include the maker’s mark. You will find either “Sterling Bliss” or “Sterling BLI” on the back of our medals – both acceptable quality marks.

Gold Filled

Gold filled, also known as rolled gold is made up of a solid layer of 14 Karat Gold bonded with a base metal, such as brass, on both the front and back of the medal. Total content of Gold is 1/20 of the weight of the medal.

14 Karat Gold

Our 14 Karat Gold is composed of 58.3 percent pure gold and is ideal for fine jewelry. Other alloys, such as copper, are mixed in with the gold to give more of a red warm hue. This also give the metal strength. Since gold is a natural element, it is very durable. We do recommend removing the jewelry if it may come in contact with chemicals. To clean gold jewelry, use warm water and detergent free soap and a soft brush.

Does my medal come with a lifetime guarantee?

Yes, all our products are covered by a lifetime guarantee against any manufactures defect or tarnishing. Warranties are void If item Is not in its original state as purchased I.e been repaired, resized arm worked on.

When will my order be dispatched?

We aim to dispatch your order within 2-3 business days from your order date. Should your require your items for a special occasion please contact us at sales@crossesandmedals.com to discuss your requirements.

HOW WILL MY ORDER BE SENT?

Our most popular Patron Saints

St. Michael the Archangel - The Patron of Soldiers and Police

St. Michael medals and pendants are often worn by those in law enforcement and the military. Typically he is portrayed engaged in battle with a dragon. Wearing a necklace is a means of asking from protection during the coming day.

St. Christopher - The Patron of Travelers – “Behold St. Christopher and go your way in safety”

St. Christopher medals and pendants are often worn for protection in traveling. Wearing a necklace has the devotional effect of helping you keep company with St. Christopher throughout your journey.

St. Sebastian - The Patron of Sports and Athletes

Diocletian had St. Sebastian tied to a tree, the arrows that pierced his strong body failed to kill him. These arrows are still an important symbol of his sainthood. He later died as a result of blunt trauma. Since he was able to endure such incredible punishment, he is often invoked as the Patron of Athletes.

St. Gemma Galgani - The Patron of of Students, Pharmacists, Paratroopers and Parachutists, loss of parents, those suffering back injury or back pain, those suffering with headaches / migraines, those struggling with temptations to impurity and those seeking purity of heart.

St. Dymphna - The Patron of those suffering for nervous and mental afflictions.

Wearing a St. Dymphna necklace shows her strong spirit and ability to over come and flourish from anxiety, an amulet to hold dear to your heart to help you work through challenging moments and uncertain times.