Thursday, April 30, 2015

Just off the bead board--purple and Silver--


Seraphinite is a lovely purple stone first found in Russia in the 1840's. Interesting enough, Charoite, which is a green stone was also found in the same area around the Ural mountains. It is becoming more and more popular, and I had a chance about a year ago to get a few strands of each. I kinda hate to see them go.
These are 8mm beads, varying in shades, with Swarovski Crystals in purple separating them and seed beads on either side to add just a hint of intense color.
This Rosary is strung on super strong 40#, 49-strand stainless steel cable wire for durability, and is double crimped.
The Crucifix and Miraculous Medal center are pewter, and the Our Fathers are silver plate over copper .
This is a very simple Rosary that allows the Apatite to shine!
Length 21"
This Rosary has a smooth and silky feel, fits well in the hand and prays well. The royal purple color is especially appropriate in a Rosary, as a reminder that Jesus is King and Mary,his mother and perfecrt Disciple, has given us this Rosary, and longs to help you get closer to her Son 
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