This design is different from the cross more commonly seen in western culture.
The top bar symbolizes the sign hung above Christ's head at the Crucifixion; the middle bar where his arms were nailed, and the bottom slanted (foot) bar where his feet rested (Orthodox tradition says they were on nailed individually on each side). The slant of the bar is said to symbolize the two thieves at Christ's feet - one signifying an ascension to Heaven, the other a descent to Hell.
This design appears similar to a cross found in the Byzantine Empire since the 6th century; the foot bar varies in direction.
Brass seal stamp head is just under 1 1/4" diameter (about the size of a half dollar)
Use with any handle available in our Seal Stamp Handles category
These work beautifully with our Bead, Bottle, Traditional (with wick), Wickless, and Glue Gun Sealing Wax