Large gemstone, Cross of Nails Crown of Thorns, Mens Catholic tenner rosary ~ St Benedict double sided color cameo, Prayers by the Bead one of a kind, professionally gallery wrapped by professed religious.
Rich, deep black natural polished onyx gemstones, larger gemstones create a solid rosary made for larger or arthritic hands. A very solid and sturdy tenner, each component wire wrapped to craft a nearly unbreakable rosary, made sturdy for a mans hands with the 10mm beads, Crown of thorns and austere Cross of Nails.
These tenner chaplets make excellent car rosaries as they are easy to hang and put back! (Let me know if you would like a clasp for easy attachment to your rear-view mirror and I will add at no charge) A new treasure for a new and loving hand to cherish. This measures 16 1/2″ long, measured around and down.
This one of a kind double sided, St Benedict Cameo is a hand crafted creation made here on my work bench. It begins with the image I choose, being down loaded into lightroom and edited 3x. I print these images on archival acid free paper, the heat bake the image. The image is hand cut and fit, sealed 3x and then the marine grade glass like epoxy is poured to seal and makes this unique cameo waterproof.
Your 11 bead Tenner chaplet includes:
Ave Maria: 10mm Black natural Onyx gemstones
Pater Noster: 16mm Green Malachite capped with silver tone clover caps.
Center (or End Tassle): 2″ St Benedict custom crafted color cameo double sided
Crux: 2 3/8″ Cross of Nails
Extra(s): 7/8″ crown of thorns, 1/4″ twisted silver links
– Brochure about history of rosary
– Care instructions
– St Benedict information brochure
– unbreakable warranty
– soft cloth pouch
The ‘Tenner” rosary is named so for the ten ‘aves’ on this prayer chain. Believed to have originated from the years between the late 15th to 16th century during a dark time of Catholic oppression in Ireland and England. The rosary was banned from any use private or public. Tenners were introduced as a way to keep you prayers in your pocket. Traditionally an open ring for wearing on ones finger and on the other end a tassel. Today’s ‘tenner’ chaplets are beautiful and easy enough to hang or use any anywhere!
All rosaries are made with the same Hand made old European workmanship & quality care:
☆ Why would you consider investing in a solid construction wire wrapped rosary over a conventional looped and linked one? ☆
– All my rosaries are hand wire wrapped minimum two wraps to a loop ensuring strength
– Conventional rosaries don’t usually last more than a few months of use mostly due to wear as links and chains are pulled against stone and glass, open links get bigger and beads are lost.
– Chain linking falls apart with little to no stress – these rosaries I take the time to construct, will take a lot of pulling tugging and stress over the decades.
– All my rosaries are made with 22, 21, or 20 gauge gold plate, 14/20 Gold filled, Bronze colored, true bronze, stainless steel, silver plate, sterling silver filled or solid .925 sterling silver wire, assuring strength and quality to last lifetimes – we hope this will be a generational heirloom to pass on to your family.
– Quality counts, time to create these pieces is anywhere from 4 – 12 hours depending on the detail and the amount of medals, gems and embellishments going into the rosary.
– I do guarantee my workmanship, at anytime in the normal lifetime use of this rosary, just pay postage to and from and I repair this for free for you!
☆Here’s a brief description Of the information contained on the St Benedict medal☆
In St. Benedict’s left hand (facing your hand) is his Rule for Monasteries that could well be summed up in the words of the Prologue exhorting us to “walk in God’s ways, with the Gospel as our guide.”
On a pedestal to the right of St. Benedict is the poisoned cup, shattered when he made the sign of the cross over it. On a pedestal to the left is a raven about to carry away a loaf of poisoned bread that a jealous enemy had sent to St. Benedict.
C. S. P. B.
The purpose of using the medal in any of the above ways is to call down God’s blessing and protection upon us, wherever we are, and upon our homes and possessions, especially through the intercession of St. Benedict. By the conscious and devout use of the medal, it becomes, as it were, a constant silent prayer and reminder to us of our dignity as followers of Christ.
The medal is a prayer of exorcism against Satan, a prayer for strength in time of temptation, a prayer for peace among ourselves and among the nations of the world, a prayer that the Cross of Christ be our light and guide, a prayer of firm rejection of all that is evil, a prayer of petition that we may with Christian courage “walk in God’s ways, with the Gospel as our guide,” as St. Benedict urges us.