This prayer bracelet is composed of 19 round beads, dyed a cheery red, and adorned with a carved cross bead and crystals. It is strung on clear, stretchable "power cord."
The diameter measures about 2" and is suitable for children ages 5-12
This prayer bracelet is composed of 22 seeds of the Buri Palm tree, dyed to a lovely violet, and adorned with a carved buri-seed cross bead. It is strung on clear, stretchable "Power Cord."
The inner circumference is 6.5 - 6.75" and the diameter is about 2.5"
This olive wood prayer bracelet is made by the Sisters with hand-carved beads from Bethlehem, joined by a brown buri seed cross. Strung on black stretch "Power Cord." Available with either 4 mm 'petite', 6 mm 'medium', or 8 mm 'large' beads. The milometer sizes are approximate because the beads are hand made and are not uniform.
The 6 mm bracelet has an inner circumference of 5.5 - 5.75".
This elegant Tiger Ebony prayer bracelet is joined with a distinctive buri seed cross. Strung on black stretch "Power Cord." The sizes are approximate because the beads are hand made and are not uniform.
The 4mm bracelet has 28 beads and an inside approximate circumference of 5.5 - 5.75 inches.
This prayer bracelet has a uniqueness that makes it special to every pious Christian. The beads come from a plant known as the “Tear of the Virgin Mary.” This plant sprouted miraculously under the Cross of Jesus Christ during the terrible yet glorious hour of His crucifixion. It grew from the compassionate tears of the Virgin Mary, which sprang from the enormous pain and love of the earthly Mother of God Incarnate, Who was sacrificed for man’s salvation.
This prayer rope is therefore a symbol of the sorrow, the pain, and the tears of the Virgin Mary, the Mother of our God, manifest in the seeds of this unique plant.This was revealed in a miraculous way - there was a pious monk who was unable to learn how to make prayer rope knots out of wool. With much pain of heart and many tears he prayed to the Panagia, and she, as a most compassionate mother, appeared in front of him and asked, “Why are you so sad?” To which he replied with awe, “Because on my own I cannot learn how to make a prayer rope.” She, as a sympathetic mother, gave him the seeds of this plant and said, “My child, take my tears, cultivate them, and make prayer ropes with which men may say the prayer of the heart.”
The bracelet has 20-22 seeds and measures 6 - 6.5 in.