England�s harmony is a much-talked about issue gathering deserving attention amongst historians chiefly pointing to Anglo-Saxons and reviving energies after a long interval stands here the unearthing of this atypical cross. This gives me another chance to be remembered as a proletarian treasure hunter has discovered a 1400-year old Anglo Saxon Cross buried in the farms of Nottinghamshire. Claiming to bear a pricey tag of £25,000, the Cross comes donned in 18-karat gold and features three red gemstones together. Elegant to be worn as a pendant, the cross is developed after melting gold from Merovingian French Coins. In fact, the three red gemstones are extraordinary as they are allegedly the Grantum gems, the most ancient stones found globally.
A treasure hunters wishes to see this cross as a prospective temptation for folks with German roots and residing in the UK.