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These Labyrinth prayer beads are a symbol of one's journey towards salvation. Labyrinths have been a representation of the spiritual quest in traveling to the holy land since around the 12th century. The most famous labyrinth in Europe is the walking labyrinth found in Chartres Cathedral, the charm adorned on these prayer beads is a replication of that labyrinth.
Handcrafted of lapis blue dolomite and azurite gemstones with a double-sided silver labyrinth charm. A nice token gift or for yourself to carry in your pocket or handbag for casual moments when you would like to journey along the path of contemplation.
Prayer Beads Details
- Materials: 6/8mm Dolomite, Azurite, Labyrinth
- Colors: Blue, Green, Silver
- Measurements: 8-inch length, 1-inch charm.
- Guide on how to pray the Anglican rosary.
- Drawstring pouch for safekeeping included.
- Packaged in a gift box.
Made in the USA
Unspoken Elements is a small artisan owned business located in Florida offering affordable premium rosaries and spiritual jewelry. Our products are designed and handmade with loving care.
Craftsmanship & Guarantee
Made with high-quality genuine semiprecious gemstone, natural wood, or Czech glass our items are designed to be functional for daily prayer. We hand select each bead and use the strongest professional jewelry wire to ensure longevity.
If your prayer beads break within 90-days of purchase we will repair them for you, view the details of our craftsmanship guarantee.
Many of our products may be customized to your specifications by swapping out a cross or charm, adding or removing beads, or change accent colors, etc. If you're looking for a custom rosary contact us with your requests.
Shipping directly to a gift recipient? We will send a complimentary greeting card on your behalf, simply include your message in the notes section during checkout.
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For more information check out our guide to praying with Anglican Prayer Beads and the symbolism of this 33-Bead Rosary.