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Becket's Cross Pendant

Inspired by Becket’s Primatial Cross as seen in the famous Miracle Windows in the Trinity Chapel of Canterbury Cathedral. This popular cross has cabochon stones which reflect the jewel-like colours of the stained glass. It is made in gold plated 925 sterling silver. 0.75×0.9″ / 2×2.2 cms. Made in England. Birmingham hallmark.

Medieval Vestment Silk Tie

This tie features a beautiful and unique silk design which was lovingly recreated for Becket 2020, the commemoration of the 850th anniversary of St Thomas Becket’s martyrdom and the 800th anniversary of the consecration of his shrine. The design is based on the original 12th century vestments of Archbishop Hubert Walter. Retrieved from Hubert Walter’s tomb in 1890, the 800 year old fabric is thought to have been woven in Southern Europe and is a rare surviving medieval textile. The pattern shows clear influences from the Middle-East and would have been made from the finest materials of the day. Made in England.

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Pilgrim's Token - Becket's Exile

Replica pewter medieval pilgrim’s token depicting Becket sailing from exile in France at the beginning of December 1170 after six years. This event became an annual Festival known as the Return of St. Thomas (Regressio Sancti Thomae). The Museum of London holds the best collection of tokens associated with Saint Thomas Becket as they were often ritually thrown into the river Thames at the end of a pilgrimage. Hand cast in England with lapel pin fixing. 1.75″/4 cms. high.

Pilgrim's Token - Becket's Martyrdom

This pewter replica pilgrim token is based on an original found on the banks of the river Thames (London). The original is dated to the 14-15 century and is thought to depict the martrydom of St Thomas Becket. Becket is shown kneeling before a knight with sword drawn. Likely bought by a pilgrim after a visit to Becket’s shrine at Canterbury Cathedral.

Hand cast in England with lapel pin fixing, supplied in a presentation box.
Badge size 70x33mm

Pilgrim's Token - Becket Slain

Replica pewter medieval pilgrim’s token depicting the murder of St. Thomas Becket. You can make out the knights because of the depiction of their chain mail. The Museum of London holds the best collection of tokens associated with Saint Thomas Becket as they were often ritually thrown into the river Thames at the end of a pilgrimage. 2″/5 cms high. Hand cast in England with lapel pin fixing.

Pilgrim's Token - Becket's Shrine

Replica pewter medieval pilgrim’s token depicting St. Thomas Becket’s internationally famous Shrine at Canterbury Cathedral. Becket’s remains were moved (translated) by Archbishop Stephen Langton to the new Shrine on 7th July 1220, 50 years after his Martyrdom, in the presence of King Henry III amongst many English and European dignitaries. The Museum of London holds the best collection of tokens associated with Saint Thomas Becket as they were often ritually thrown into the river Thames at the end of a pilgrimage. Two lapel pin fixing. 3 x 1.75″ / 8 x 4.5 cms. Hand cast in England.