14K Solid Gold Christmas Jewelry and Pendants 

Christmas traditions are rich and varied, but we know that one of the first Christmas gifts was gold presented to the Christ Child.


“If Christmas is just a nice legend, in a sense you are on your own. But if Christmas is true, then you can be saved by grace.” —Timothy Keller

Legend has it that the first Christmas trees as we now know them originated in Germany. Devout Christians in the 16th century brought trees into their homes and decorated them. Some, when wood was scarce, built pyramids of wood and decorated them with evergreens and candles. The triangle shape of the pyramid or pruned tree represents the Holy Trinity.

Tradition has it that Martin Luther was inspired by the brilliance of stars twinkling on the evergreens one snowy evening to recapture the scene for his family by lighting a tree in his home.

The 14k solid gold red and green enameled Christmas tree pendant measures 3/4″ tall x 1/2″ wide. With the hoop/bail combo, the overall height of the pendant measures just over 7/8″ tall. Add a matching 0.7mm 14k solid gold box chain necklace in 18″ or 20″ to match (optional) for an instant Christmas gift! Part of our collection of Christmas Jewelry, Pendants and Gifts.

This jewelry is made in the U.S.A.! “The best gifts in life will never be found under a Christmas tree, those gifts are friends, family, children and the one you love.”


“For it is good to be children sometimes, and never better than at Christmas, when its mighty Founder was a child himself.” ―Charles Dickens

The best-loved candy of Christmas award goes hands-down to the iconic twirled candy cane. This tradition, like the tree, originated in Germany. The choirmaster at the Cologne Cathedral took plain white sugar-sticks and bent them to look like shepherd’s hooks. The first documented use of the candy cane in Christmas celebrations comes from the year 1847, when a German-Swedish immigrant named August Imgard decorated his Christmas tree with paper ornaments and candy canes. That happened in Wooster, Ohio.

The red and white 3D enameled candy cane charm pendant is crafted in pure 14k solid gold, from Apples of Gold Jewelry, makes for a cute and timely Christmas gift! The candy cane portion of the pendant measures 7/8″ tall x 3/8″ wide. With the hoop/bail, the overall height is 1″ tall, with a gold weight of approx. 1 gram. It, like the Christmas Tree (above) is also from our collection of Christmas Jewelry, Pendants and Gifts. 


“Once in our world, a stable had something in it that was bigger than our whole world.” —C.S. Lewis 

The classic sleigh piled high with toys for “good girls and boys” comes from a poem published in 1823 by the Troy Sentinel, called A Visit From St. Nicholas, commonly known as The Night Before Christmas. It was written by Clement Clarke Moore, who took four years to finally claim authorship. The famous line that established the sleigh as St. Nick’s mode of transportation goes: “When what to my wondering eyes should appear, But a miniature sleigh and eight tiny reindeer.” Ours is part of our collection of Christmas Jewelry, Pendants and Gifts. 

Our 14k solid gold red and green enameled sleigh pendant is beautiful against genuine yellow gold. The sleigh portion of the pendant measures approx. 5/8″ in size. With the hoop and bail, it is approx. 11/16″ tall. The front is beautifully enameled and the back is solid gold with a textured pattern. Optionally, you can add a 14k solid gold box chain necklace in your choice of 18 or 20 inch length or choose from one of our many gold chains.

This jewelry item is made in the U.S.A.!


“The good news of great joy changed the course of every silent night to come.” —Alicia Bruxvoort

The Christmas wreath originated alongside the Christmas tree. When the trees were being shaped into a triangle, the branches trimmed off were used to make circular shapes that—together with the evergreens—symbolized eternal life. Christians in Europe often placed a candle on the wreath during Advent. The candle represented the light that Jesus brought at His birth. A German pastor, Johann Hinrich Wichern, is credited with turning the wreath into a symbol of the Advent.

The Advent wreath has four candles, one for each week of Advent. Three smaller candles are usually purple to represent hope, peace, and love. The largest candle is often red, symbolizing the joy of new life. Sometimes, a white candle was lit on Christmas Eve to welcome the birth of the Savior.

The 14k solid gold enameled green and red Christmas wreath pendant is crafted in genuine 14k gold and makes for a beautiful and generous Christmas gift that will be remember every year during the holidays! You can find it and more in our collection of Christmas Jewelry, Pendants and Gifts. 


“Christmas is most truly Christmas when we celebrate it by giving the light of love to those who need it most.” ―Ruth Carter Stapleton

Not all Christmas gifts come wrapped in red and green. One of the very first gifts to celebrate the birth of Christ was gold, given by an astrologer of the east. Gold has great significance in the Bible and was an appropriate gift to be received by a kind, even one in His infancy. Gold symbolizes God. It is extremely rare and precious in its purest form and thus was used to honor kings. King Solomon’s ivory throne was overlaid with the best gold (see 1 Kings 10:18). All the furniture of the Tabernacle features gold, symbolizing the coming King. The Ark of the Covenant was constructed of acacia wood (symbolic of Jesus’ humanity) and overlaid with gold (symbolic of His divinity).  The mercy seat and two cherubim were made of pure gold (see Exodus 25:10-21).

This perfect Christmas gift is a 14k solid gold candy cane charm pendant, designed with a decorative ribbon, just like the ones you hang every year on your Christmas tree! The candy cane portion of the pendant measures 7/8″ tall. With the hoop and bail, the overall height is 1 1/16″ tall. Add a matching 14k solid gold 0.7mm box chain in 18″ or 20″ length to match (optional).

This jewelry is made in the U.S.A.!

Category: Christmas Jewelry, Jewelry Gift Ideas, Jewelry in the Bible

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