Fiche d’identité

Numéro d’inventaire : # 30

Commune : Crozant

Visibility : Cross visible from a public space

Presence of cupule : yes

Presence in the Napoleonic map : no

Dimensions* :

  • height : 60 cm
  • length of arms : 55 cm
  • thickness : 20 cm

Dating ? Function ?

To find out more, let's dig into the depths of the territory's history...



Cupule of 7 cm in diameter and 5 cm deep.

The arms are of the Maltese form.

* Characteristics recorded in 2013 by Noëlle BERTRAND and François TABOURDEAU

Restoration / Repairs

Date of restoration and/or repairs :

This cross has been repositioned, although it is not known whether it is in its original location.

The study by the Territorial Services of Architecture and Heritage mentions a reassembly on a cement base bearing the date of 1989 accompanied by the initials of the village inhabitants.

How it was made

Granite is ubiquitous here, it is everywhere in the fields

Each of the inventoried crosses was made by a different stonemason.

Cependant, il semble qu’ils aient utilisé the same model ou “patron”.

Each carver made his sculpture from some local granite stone known as a fieldstone.

Find out more with l’expertise de Didier Fauguet, stone sculptor and carver.


Les croix de type Crozant sont implantées entre Oïl and Oc sur le territoire du “croissant marchois”.

This cross is located in the heart of the hamlet of Josnon.

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