14th-16th century. High Gothic form. Symmetrical with elegant beam tips. Each beam with cross bar, the Jerusalem cross with cross potent. Five crosses in one, representing the five wounds of Christ originating with Godfrey of Bouillon, a Frankish Knight of the First Crusade, known as Baron of the Holy Sepulcher and the Crusader King, ruler of the Kingdom of Jerusalem following its victorious siege in the First Crusade. Bronze, finely detailed both sides.1 3/16” height with suspension loop intact.