Connemara Marble

Rosary Beads with Knock Centerpiece Red

These rosary beads are handmade, red fire polished glass beads. The centerpiece is decorated with an image of the shrine of Knock. Located in County Mayo this is Ireland’s Marian shrine and is the place where Our Lady appeared in August 1879. The taking of water at the shrine forms part of the pilgrimage to Knock and there is a drop of water from Knock Shrine encased in the center itself. This is a special rosary and will come in a hinged box to keep it safe for years to come.

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Description

The rosary comprises of a set of prayers. As you pray the rosary you can reflect on the various mysteries. Mysteries are meditations on episodes in the life and death of Jesus from the Annunciation to the Ascension and beyond.

As you run your fingers through the red, fire polished beads you can admire the lock link construction. You will also see the delicate detail in the double capped pater beads. The heart, or center of the rosary is decorated with an image of the shrine of Knock . Located in County Mayo this is Ireland’s Marian shrine and is the place where Our Lady appeared in August 1879 . The taking of water at the shrine forms part of the pilgrimage to Knock and there is a drop of water from Knock Shrine encased in the center itself.

You may also like to see these beads in a blue colour Rosary Beads with Knock Centerpiece Blue

Additional information

Material

Glass

Metal

Silver tone over Brass

Style

Presented in a Hinged Box

Additional information

Material

Glass

Metal

Silver tone over Brass

Style

Presented in a Hinged Box

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