Each of these creations are One-of-a-Kind Originals.
"NEW" Unity Cross that hangs on your wall.
Each Groom's Cross is Carved from a solid piece of Black Walnut, the Bride's Cross is poured stone resin and Christ's Cross (locking cross) is made of hand poured metal then antique plated to give it lasting beauty.
Color: Solid Black Walnut and Ivory.
(Select from Antique Gold, Antique Pewter or Antique Copper
Cross® is a multi-piece sculpture that is assembled by the bride and groom
during the wedding ceremony, representing how the two become one. The two
crosses are locked together by the third cross in the center that represents the
couple putting Christ first in there marriage. This unique and
beautiful sculpture can be displayed in your home as a lasting reminder of the
covenant you made on your wedding day. This is the newest most unique idea for
wedding ceremonies today.
This Unity Cross can be displayed on your wall WITH or WITHOUT the black frame.
See Demonstration Video below.
NORMAL TIME FOR THE CREATION AND SHIPPING OF YOUR UNITY CROSS IS
4 TO 6 WEEKS
Getting Married Sooner? 10 DAY RUSH SERVICE is available.
Dimensions of assembled cross: 14”H x
6.5”W x 2”D
The Frame is Solid Wood with a matte black finish and measures
15” x 25” x 1 ¾” and has a 10” x 20” natural color Burlap Mat.
The Burlap Mat comes with every cross for easy assembly and display of your Unity Cross on an Easel at your Ceremony.
Materials: Solid Black Walnut wood
outer cross; stone resin inner cross, and Solid Pewter locking cross. Frame is solid wood with a natural burlap color mat. * You may hang the cross directly on your wall or in the frame.
Personalized engraved plate
Free Unity Cross information cards
for your guests with every purchase
This Cross comes with one Locking
cross, available in 3 plated colors- Antique Gold, Antique Pewter, and Antique
The Unity Cross is Patented - # D619,926, #D686,385, Pat. #8,418,344 and has other Patents
Pending. The Unity Cross is a Registered Trademark of Michael Letney. Any
unauthorized use is Prohibited.
Michael Letney 2006.