This rare rosary has lovely, colorless, faceted, glass "beads." The cross / crucifix is made of butterscotch bakelite and measures 2" x 1 1/8" x 1/4". It has 7 spots for The Seven Sorrows. There are 4 stanhopes remaining: the 2nd, 4th, 5th and 6th.
This strand of exquisite, colorful, beads from Japan consists of 25. They have never been used. They are oval-shaped with gorgeous, central work best described by the pictures. Each bead measures 3/4" long and approximately 3/8" high. They are circa 1940's and very scarce.
This pretty necklace has graduated, multi-shaped pink gem stones ("beads") and pearls. The gems have a mixture of pinks (Rhodochrosite, also called raspberry spar, is like quartz). The gems' origin is China. The necklace measures 20 1/2". It has a 14K, white gold clasp marked S 14 K. It weighs 3 1/2 ounces. It is in excellent condition. Circa early 1980's.
This gorgeous Rosary consists of beautiful, aurora borealis, glass, crystal beads. It features a large, decorative crucifix with a sterling silver central prayer and Pope. The cross itself measures 2 1/2" long. The entire rosary measures 24 1/2" long. The beads are separated by a brass chain. This wonderful piece is in excellent condition.