This cross is called the Occitan Cross.
During the Middle Age, the cross was taken as a "Symbol of the Cathars' Gathering" as it was used on the coat of arms of the Count of Saint- Gilles, later on Count of Toulouse before the crusades. and the inquisition that targeted the extermination of the Cathars.
Hand carved solid yellow bronze medallion representing the Occitan Cross which is also known as the Cross of the Languedoc, Cross of Toulouse, Cross of the Counts of Toulouse, Cross of the Mid-Pyrenees.
This cross was found in etchings dating 5000 years old.
I do not do casting so each piece is individually made and signed in the back.
The cross is 38mm x 38mm. I soldered a large bronze bail so it can be added on a thick chain. The bail opening is 8mm x 5mm.
Different 14k gold filled chain length and thickness options are available.
The med chain is 2.3mm.
The thick chain is 3.5mm.
Gold filled has 100 times more gold than plated thus does not rub or peel off.