Maltese Cross Knights Hospitaller Sterling Silver Mens Ring Signet
The Maltese cross It is a heraldic cross variant which developed from earlier forms of eight-pointed crosses in the 16th century. Although chiefly associated with the Knights Hospitaller (Order of St. John, now the Sovereign Military Order of Malta), and by extension with the island of Malta, it has come to be used by a wide array of entities since the early modern period, notably the Order of Saint Stephen, the city of Amalfi, the Polish Order of the White Eagle (1709), the Prussian order Pour le Mérite (1740), and the Bavarian Military Merit Order (1866).
Made in pink or white gold, or in blackened silver.
Features of the model:
The average weight of a ring size 20 in Gold 585: 5.71 g.
The average weight of a ring size 20 in Silver 925: 4.5 g.