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Sterling Silver & Amethyst Rosary
Bessie Haley - Navajo

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Navajo amethyst Rosary

  • Crucifix, medal and all metal beads are solid sterling silver
  • The large sterling silver beads with seams are bench-made beads and are 8mm diameter
  • Precision cut Amethyst beads are approximately 4mm diameter
  • Rosary laid out is 12 3/4" long

Navajo amethyst Rosary

Medal is stamped "CHAPEL STER", which means it was purchased from the Catholic Church and that it is Sterling Silver.

Bessie Haley - Navajo
Sterling Silver and Amethyst Rosary

ROS214 - $225 SOLD

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Navajo amethyst Rosary

Dime in above photo shows scale of beads.

Navajo amethyst Rosary

Crucifix is stamped "OLRM STERLING",
which stands for Our Lady's Rosary Makers and indicates sterling silver.

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What is a rosary?

A rosary is a string of knots or beads, designed as an aid to the memory, and, when used in religious exercises, providing a convenient method for counting the recitation of prayers or the repetition of the names and attributes of the Deity."

- From the Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics, ed. James Hastings, Volume X: Picts - Sacraments.

The Parts of a Rosary

The Chaplet is divided into five Decades with four Dividing Beads and a fifth one called the Medal, which may be of the same sort as the Divider Beads or a charm. The two ends of the Chaplet attach to the Medal as well as the Terminal which is a short piece that connects the Chaplet to the Crucifix.

The Divider Beads: There are four larger or differently sized beads to separate the Decades.

The Five Decades: There are five sets of ten beads that comprise the Chaplet.

The Medal or the Center: Previously described.

Pendant: Usually a Crucifix.

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