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Knight and Dame (Justice and Merit)

The regalia consists of the cross of the OSSCJ not crowned, it should be carried to the neck hanging from a blue ribbon to the white pole of cm. 3. The rosette is in the colors of the Order.

 
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Knight and Dame ( Justice and Merit) Officer

The regalia consists of the cross of the OSSCJ not crowned, it should be carried to the neck hanging from a blue ribbon to the white pole of cm. 3.7. For the Dames, the decoration is  identical to that described for Knights, however, it is pinned under the left shoulder hanging on a ribbon bow of the colors of the Order. The rosette is in the colors of the Order. On the miniature ribbon the Official Knight wears the silver crown.

 
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Knight and Dame (Justice and Merit) Commander

The regalia consists of the eight-pointed bifurcated cross, surmounted by a royal crown with 5 arms, which is carried on the neck hanging from a blue ribbon to the white 5 cm pole. The miniature is in the shape of the decoration. The rosette is in the colors of the collar and is loaded with a silver crown.


The decoration of Commander is without plaque, unless expressly granted by Motu Proprio by the Grand Master. The decoration for the Dames is identical to that described for Knights: the cross, however, is pinned under the left shoulder hanging on a ribbon bow of the OSSCJ.

 
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Knight and Dame (Justice and Merit) Grand Officer

The regalia consists of the eight-pointed bifurcated cross that has the same characteristics as the decoration of the Commanders. The rosette is in the colors of the Order, attached to a small silver gallon. The rosette is loaded with a silver crown. The miniature is in the shape of the Silver Grand Cross Class, rather than Gold. The use of the silver plate is granted.


The decoration for the Dames is identical to that described for Knights: the cross, however, is pinned under the left shoulder hanging on a ribbon bow of the OSSCJ.

 

Knight and Dame (Justice and Merit) Grand Cross

The regalia consists of a eight-pointed bifurcated cross, pomade and crowned with gold, blue enamelled, edged with white, loaded into the heart with a silver eagle. The cross must be hung from a wave band of “moiré” silk from the right shoulder to the left side. The band (100 mm high for men and 85 mm for the Dames) is light blue at the white pole, a gold plate in the shape of a convex radial pattern, made up of groups of golden rays with the center superimposed on the cross already described.


The plaque is worn on the left chest. The rosette is the color of the band accolade to a small gilded chevron and loaded with a golden crown.

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Grand Collar of the Order of the Saints Contard and Julian the Hospitaller used by the Grand Master

The Great Collar in use by the Grand Master consists of 12 plates. In the 10 small ones the cross of the order loaded by the silver Eagle is reproduced. In the plate at the top is reproduced the ancient Coat of Arms of the House of Este, in the plate below, the emblem of the House of Este Orioles is reproduced from which hangs the Cross of the Order.


Made by an Italian Goldsmith craftsman in 1862, the materials used consist of enamels, brass and gold. The Great Collar is granted by statute, to the Knights of Collar who are the relatives of the Grand Master up to the second degree of kinship. The same Great Collar, can be motu proprio be granted by Magistral decree, by the Grand Master, to people of very high lineage and moral depth, who have distinguished themselves in the arts, sciences and philanthropic and beneficial activities.

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