Silver Crosses and Silver Cross Prams

Sterling Silver Crosses make the perfect christening gift for a girl, while Silver Cross prams transport them in their early days of life

What little girl would not like a Silver Cross on a chain for her birthday in fact what grown up girl wouldn’t like a Sterling Silver Cross?

The origin of wearing silver crosses goes back hundreds of centuries. History has shown that the cross as a symbol was used centuries before Christ. In the British Museum there is a statue of Shalmaneser 1st who was an early king of Assyria in about B.C. 1300 and around his neck is an almost perfect Maltese cross.


The Greek goddess Diana is depicted with a cross over her head in many paintings as was Bachuss the Greek God of wine. Different styles of crosses were used in Mexico centuries before the Spaniards invaded South America. The Egyptians and the Hindus both used the cross as a symbol hundreds of years before Christ.


The use of a cross by Christians did not actually start until the age of Constantine 300 years after Christ. Ironically its pretty clear that they borrowed it from the Pagans.

Silver has been used as a metal in Jewellery for thousands of years and hence Silver Crosses have been created in this precious metal to adorn the necks of Women & Men over the centuries.

Every girl should own a Silver Cross so buy one here from between £27-£51.



Silver Cross has been an established brand in the UK for over 130 years. So will Prince George be the next Royal Baby to be transported in a classic Silver Cross pram?



Silver Cross prams were first built in the UK in Hunslet near Leeds in 1877. The owner William Wilson ambition was a simple one, to build the best prams the world . Since he was a child, Wilson had been obsessed with engineering and having designed a blueprint for a new kind of suspension system, the now iconic Silver Cross pram was born.

The British Royal family always bought Silver Cross prams.


And when Princes Grace was photographed with a Silver Cross, pram sales boomed and more importantly when it became the transport of choice for baby Princes William and Harry in the 1980’s the retro design suddenly found itself back in vogue. Dubbed the Rolls Royce of prams from the start ,Silver Cross prided itself on quality.


Silver Cross in recent years has become one of the fastest growing private companies in the UK

For a demonstration of the classic Balmoral model just watch this You Tube video

But before you buy that Silver Cross pram for your prince or princess, ensure you buy a Silver Cross on a chain for that perfect christening gift for a girl.







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