The Trinity Cross is a pendant made of three crosses that symbolize The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit.

Each cross is made in a different shade of 14 carat gold: yellow, red and white. The Trinity Cross is the first known religious design that combines three crosses in this way and it was blessed by His Holiness Pope John Paul II during his visit to Iceland in 1989. The Pope also accepted one as a gift which is now preserved in the Vatican. The Trinity Cross has also been blessed by the bishop of the Icelandic Evangelical Lutheran church.

Few designs have as much symbolic representation. It is commonly given to represent the givers good will, caring and wish for protection for the receiver. The Trinity Cross is also a symbol of special protection for many who wear it.

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