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Damascene Gold Bird Oval Keychain by Midas of Toledo Spain style 2660 Damascene Gold Flower Round Keychain by Midas of Toledo Spain style 2659 Damascene Gold Bird Keychain by Midas of Toledo Spain style 2651
Damascene Gold Bird Oval Keychain by Midas of Toledo Spain style 837009 Damascene Gold Flower Round Keychain by Midas of Toledo Spain style 837008 Damascene Gold Bird Keychain by Midas of Toledo Spain style 837002
Damascene Gold Geometric Keychain by Midas of Toledo Spain style 2651 Damascene Templar Cross Keychain by Marto of Toledo Spain Damascene Gold Bird Round Keychain by Midas of Toledo Spain style 2652
Damascene Gold Geometric Keychain by Midas of Toledo Spain style 837002 The Damascene Templar Cross Keychain by Marto of Toledo Spain is decorated with 24K Gold damascene artwork on one side. It features the Vichiers' (Renaud de Vichiers was the 19th Grand Master of the Knights Templar, from 1250 to 1256) seal: SIGILLUM MILITUM XPISTI. Although the phrase is written using the Latin alphabet, the first two letters of Christ's name are the Greek XP (Chi Rho) rather than the Latin CHR. The XP symbol's origin lies in the early roots of Christianity, but came into popular use after the Emperor Constantine had a vision of it and, according to legend, converted to Christianity in the early fourth century. From the time of Constantine, it became one of the most significant symbols of Christianity, surpassed only by the cross itself. Its early associations with the military made it the more apt of the two symbols for the Templars. In fact the Chi Rho can also be seen on the shields of the knights.  Another useful collectible item essential for all the fans of this famous order. Damascene Gold Bird Round Keychain by Midas of Toledo Spain style 837003
Damascene Gold Star of David Shaddai Keychain by Midas of Toledo Spain style 8309 Damascene Gold Star of David Round Keychain by Midas of Toledo Spain style 2650 Damascene Templar Cross Keychain by Marto of Toledo Spain (double faced)
Damascene Gold Star of David Shaddai Keychain by Midas of Toledo Spain style 8309 Damascene Gold Star of David Round Keychain by Midas of Toledo Spain style 837001 The Damascene Templar Cross Keychain by Marto of Toledo Spain is decorated with 24K Gold damascene artwork on both sides. It features the Vichiers' (Renaud de Vichiers was the 19th Grand Master of the Knights Templar, from 1250 to 1256) seal: SIGILLUM MILITUM XPISTI. Although the phrase is written using the Latin alphabet, the first two letters of Christ's name are the Greek XP (Chi Rho) rather than the Latin CHR. The XP symbol's origin lies in the early roots of Christianity, but came into popular use after the Emperor Constantine had a vision of it and, according to legend, converted to Christianity in the early fourth century. From the time of Constantine, it became one of the most significant symbols of Christianity, surpassed only by the cross itself. Its early associations with the military made it the more apt of the two symbols for the Templars. In fact the Chi Rho can also be seen on the shields of the knights.  Another useful collectible item essential for all the fans of this famous order.
Damascene Gold Star of David Shaddai Double Face Keychain by Midas of Toledo Spain style 8308
Damascene Gold Star of David Shaddai Double Face Keychain by Midas of Toledo Spain style 8308