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"Raven" Black Onyx and Garnet Rosary Necklace

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"Raven" Black Onyx and Garnet Rosary Necklace is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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This stunning black onyx rosary with faceted garnet was handcrafted with the finest materials in the New York City atelier of goldsmith Donna Distefano, from her collection Hail Holy Queen. It was strung by hand with the St. Benedict medal as the centerpiece, a powerful protector.

Strings of beads or knotted cords on which prayers are counted are used in many religions. In the Western world, rosaries are associated with Catholics, who traditionally ascribe the origin of the practice to the Spanish theologian Saint Dominic (ca. 1170–1221). As objects of personal devotion dating to the 3rd century, rosaries were often created as works of art by craftsmen, who fashioned them out of wood or precious materials such as gold and enamel.

This stunning black onyx rosary with faceted garnet was handcrafted with the finest materials in the New York City atelier of goldsmith Donna Distefano, from her collection Hail Holy Queen. It was strung by hand with the St. Benedict medal as the centerpiece, a powerful protector.

Strings of beads or knotted cords on which prayers are counted are used in many religions. In the Western world, rosaries are associated with Catholics, who traditionally ascribe the origin of the practice to the Spanish theologian Saint Dominic (ca. 1170–1221). As objects of personal devotion dating to the 3rd century, rosaries were often created as works of art by craftsmen, who fashioned them out of wood or precious materials such as gold and enamel.

Details
  • Sterling silver
  • Black onyx beads
  • Fine faceted garnet
  • Pendant: 6 1/2''L
  • Chain: 27''L
  • Clean with a damp cloth and dry with a soft, clean cloth
Shipping & Returns
Standard flat-rate shipping (3–5 days) $7.95
Expedited US shipping (2 days) $13.95 extra
Overnight shipping $22.95 extra

The above rates apply to orders shipped within the contiguous 48 US states. For rates to Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, and other countries, please see our Shipping & Handling page.

If for any reason you are not fully satisfied with your order, you may return the merchandise within 180 days from the date of purchase. See our Returns page.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from So Gorgeous!! I am so excited to wear this piece from the Heavenly Bodies Collection! The photo doesn't capture the deep garnet color of the beads. IMO, it looks much prettier when you see it worn. I also bought the skull and crown earring from the same designer which are stunning too!! Highly recommend both!!!
Date published: 2018-05-12
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