This sterling silver lapel pin is designed by Melissa Shipley of Evergreen, Colorado.
Cross and Crown Enameled Pin
22 Karat gold-plated pin based on a stained glass window from Christian Science Hall in Concord, New Hampshire. In October 1897, Mary Baker Eddy approved plans for the renovation of a house she had purchased for Christian Science worship services in Concord. The first services were held there on December 5. Christian Science Hall was replaced in 1904 by First Church of Christ, Scientist, Concord.
Cross and Crown Lapel Pin - Melissa Shipley
This Cross and Crown 14K Gold Lapel Pin is a design by Melissa Shipley Designs of Evergreen, Colorado.
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Cross and Crown Pin with Seed Pearls
This 14k gold pin with seed pearls is based on one in the Longyear Museum collection that Mary Baker Eddy gave to her student Julia S. Bartlett.
Cross and Crown Wreath Pins
This cross and crown pin is based on a traditional design with the symbols encircled in a wreath. The letters CS are entwined at the base of the wreath. Available in 14k gold, 14k gold and sterling silver, or sterling silver.
Feed My Sheep Pin
“Feed My Sheep” pin with 19th-century New England farmhouse by American Primitive artist Sue Nagle.
Oval 14k Cross and Crown Pin
This design is based on 19th-century cross and crown jewelry in the Longyear Museum collection.
Pleasant View Summerhouse Pin
This pin celebrates the graciousness and beauty of Mrs. Eddy's home in Concord, New Hampshire. The summerhouse is one of the outdoor artifacts on the Museum's Pleasant View Walk.