Horse Brass: St. Cuthbert’s Cross

Horse Brass: St. Cuthbert’s Cross


Saint Cuthbert of Lindisfarne (born in Dunbar, Scotland 634 AD and died near Bamburgh in 687 AD). An Anglo-Saxon Monk who was elected Bishop of Durham in 684 AD and was later named the patron saint of Northumbria which covered the northeast of England and southeast Scotland. Bishops enjoyed as much power as the King of England at the time. He was buried in Lindisfarne, but his remains had to be moved on two occasions for safe keeping due to invasions by the Danes. The St. Cuthbert’s Society ( University of Durham) and St. Cuthbert’s college in Epsom, New Zealand, are named after him.


Horse Brass: St. Cuthbert’s Cross

Made by ARMAC Brassworks, Birmingham, England.

Individually hand cast using only the finest British brass.

Hand filed to remove any rough edges left from casting.

Hand polished to enhance the natural beauty of high quality brass.


ARMAC has been making high quality brassware for over 75 years.

Additional information

Weight.20 lbs
Dimensions3.50 × 3.00 × .16 in