Boy's First Communion Rosary, Communion Chalic Center & Black Crucifix

Boy's First Communion Rosary, Communion Chalic Center & Black Crucifix
Boy's First Communion Rosary, Communion Chalic Center & Black Crucifix
Boy's First Communion Rosary, Communion Chalic Center & Black Crucifix
Boy's First Communion Rosary, Communion Chalic Center & Black Crucifix
Glossy black hematite and bright silver is a great combination for a traditional smaller-size rosary with masculine appeal - a perfect rosary for a boy's first communion gift.

The Hail Mary beads are 6mm round, each separately hand-linked with silver rosary wire which gives nice flow through the fingers in prayer. The Our Father beads are 12mm long hematite twist ovals, which I have wire-wrapped for extra strength where needed most.

At the center is a Communion Chalice and Host, and the crucifix is silver with black enamel background.

The smaller size beads in this rosary are perfect for young fingers, or for adults who prefer a lighter rosary. This is a nice rosary to give as a gift from a Godparent or family member and will be used for many years, and it comes with my lifetime guarantee on workmanship.

Length from mid-back to end of crucifix: 49cm (19.3 inches)
Center medal: 1.5cm
Crucifix: 3.75cm (1.5 inches)

This is a well-constructed rosary that will last for years of prayer, and is suitable for rugged hands. This rosary has a cool, smooth feel in the hands. It comes in a handmade (by me) lined cotton pouch to keep it in.

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