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Rosary Workshop - Handmade Rosaries - RRB.2912, CRRB.2912
FRAGRANCE of GRACE  IV
lampwork (handmade) rosebud beads set in crystal, lt rose, moss


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FRAGRANCE OF GRACE IV
RRB:  ROSARY ROSE BUD SERIES
using original hand made rosebud beads with glass rosebuds
until gone, as unable to replace same fine quality
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USING THE ANCIENT
TECHNIQUE CALLED 'LAMPWORK' 
A deep pink with gold stone flecks and a band of mossy green makes this handmade bead fit for a rosary that will give glory to the Lord through Mary. One can almost 'smell the roses' when looking at this one.
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ECCLESIASTICUS 39:18-19
 Send forth flowers as the Lily, and yield a fragrance, And bring forth leaves in grace, and praise with canticles, And bless the Lord in his works.
 (rosary inspired by scripture above)
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(PLEASE IGNORE RED FLASHBACK ON PATER FACET) 
SOFT 'VERDE' CRYSTAL FACETED PATERS DRAW OUT THE LEAVES AND ROSE BUDS AND  EACH IS CAPPED WITH AN ANTIQUED FILIGREE.
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We are so delighted to be able to offer these once again!  Each bead is handmade using a process called 'lampwork' in Czechoslovakia. These will not last long and it takes us about 2 years on a back order. So unable to replace when gone.

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~  ROSARY ~
 DEDICATED TO 
OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE
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AVE BEADS: Each handmade bead is carefully set with two beautiful handmade glass rosebuds.  No two are alike and none were painted on.  Gold flecks give each bead a heavenly appearance, as if Mary herself brought this heavenly glory with her on her earthly visit. All this, encased in a crystal clear bead! PATER BEADS: Crystal clear faceted Austrian crystal from Swarovski. Each capped in antiqued filigrees reminding us of the antique filigree rosaries. 
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 The 'A' 'M' Ave Maria center and rose cross compliment the rosary overall. Thérèse of Lisieux is in the center of the cross holding the crucifix for you, like an intercessor. 

ALL PARTS 
 AVAILABLE INDIVIDUALLY
To see whole collection of rosary parts, visit SUPPLIES. Available in solid bronze and sterling silver, some in white bronze. All handcast from antique pieces.
 FRAGRANCE of GRACE  IV
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RRB.2912.b 
PRICING / ORDER
RRB.2912.s 
all metals are handcast from antique pieces in sterling and solid bronze
then antiqued to restore original patina
25 in.

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~ CHAPLET ~
TRADITIONAL 'ALL IN ONE LOOP'
 CHAPLET IS EASIER TO PRAY AND KINDER TO THE HAND
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CRRB.2912.b
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CRRB.2912.s
all metals are handcast from antique pieces in sterling and solid bronze
then antiqued to restore original patina
6 in.

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~ CASTILIAN ROSES ~
HOW DID THEY GET THERE?
How did Castilian Roses grow and bloom on that cold, December barren hill of Tepeyac (Mexico) in 1531? Did the Lord use man to transplant the seeds? Or were the seeds carried there by birds or in some other mystical way? We know by the Codex (Records) that seeds and plants were studied and brought back to Europe from New Spain. This was standard procedure.
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We know that many young Castilians came to New Spain as fortune seekers only to discover the Lord had different plans for their lives. As Priests and Brothers, they helped lay a solid groundwork in advance of Mary’s coming to Tenochtitlan. (Mexico City). Possibly they brought seeds to remind them of home. We can only wonder. But it is interesting to note that these roses were called Castilian. Was she confirming her visit to St Dominic in 1208? St Dominic was born in Old Castile Spain.
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TAKING ALL THAT 
INTO CONSIDERATION
In no way does this remove the mystery of the abundance of the rosary of roses on the barren hill, where even in Mexico it is too cold in December for roses to bloom. And certainly not in rocky soil.



ROSARY WORKSHOP
MISSION STATEMENT
Our vision is to provide the finest handmade rosaries, chaplets and other fine religious art forms for personal worship we can make using the best supplies available.  The Guild believes the work of our hands should give visual Glory to God, therefore for us, the best for you is very, very important.

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