This rosary is made with genuine rose quartz semiprecious gemstone beads and all sterling silver parts, traditionally wire-wrapped by hand, making the rosary virtually unbreakable. The rosary center is the Medal of the Immaculate Conception known as the Miraculous Medal was designed by the Blessed Virgin herself! No wonder, then that it wins such extraordinary graces for those who wear it, and pray for Mary’s intercession and help.
Rose Quartz Miraculous Medal Rosary Parts
Beads: 8mm (53 Beads) and 10mm (6 Beads) Rose Quartz Madagascar Grade AAA Genuine Natural Gemstone
Rosary Center: The Miraculous Medal 1″ (24 mm), Sterling silver 0.925
Crucifix: Fleur-de-Lys Crucifix 1-15/16″ (49 mm), Sterling silver 0.925. The crucifix is oxidized to highlight the design.
All Metal Parts: Sterling silver 0.925
Wire: Sterling silver 0.925
Total Length: 33.5″ (85 cm)
Method: Wire-wrapped by hand
Gift box: Included
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About the Virgo Sacrata Rosaries
Virgo Sacrata rosaries are genuinely unique, simply beautiful and practical. We have made our rosaries to last a lifetime, and to be passed down for generations! Our rosaries are different from others because we use the traditional wire-wrapping technique. There are only a small number of rosary makers in the world who use this method. Traditionally wire-wrapped by hand, this procedure requires 6 to 8 hours to produce a 5-decade rosary, and almost 4 meters of sterling silver wire, which makes our rosaries virtually unbreakable. However, if for any reason your rosary will get broken or damaged, please contact us to arrange a repair. Broken links will be fixed at no charge, other damages will require an estimate. We stand behind our products and service with confidence!
VIRGO SACRATA is a Christian mission-driven online resource and shop inspired from the beauty of Catholic faith, tradition, and arts. Our mission is to “Restore All Things to Christ!”, in continuing the legacy of Pope St. Pius X under the patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary. “Who is she that cometh forth as the morning rising, fair as the moon, bright as the sun, terrible as an army set in battle array?” O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to Thee.