This beautiful rosary is made with oval Connemara marble beads that are strung together with silvertone wire and chain. Depicted at the center is the patron saint of Ireland, Saint Patrick. The rosary comes with a silvertone celtic cross. Each bead on this rosary set is handcrafted from genuine Connemara Marble which Is unique to the connemara mountains in the West of Ireland. Connemara Marble - For over three generations, the Walsh family have worked the beautiful, green marble that is unique to Connemara in the West of Ireland. The Color of the Marble may vary. Connemara Marble Their quarry at Lissoughter in the Connermara mountains first opened in the 19th century. In 1903, King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra visited it during the Royal Tour of Connemara. Today, the marble of Connemara can be found in the world's great monuments. In the halls of Trinity College Dublin, on the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, in Kensington Palace and in some of America's finest buildings. The marble is crafted and finished at the family's workshop in Dublin, Ireland. Traditional and modern tools are used to create products that capture the rare beauty of Connemara Marble. Connemara Irish Marble is a natural stone which is found only in the west of Ireland. Free gift with every purchase. Each Bead is handcrafted from genuine Connemara Marble which Is unique to the connemara mountains in the West of Ireland, the rosary comes with a silvertone celtic cross. Please note: Connemara Marble is a natural stone ranging from a pale to a dark green. Each piece will be unique to you no 2 pieces will ever be the same. Your piece may differ to the item pictured.
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