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Rosary Bracelet, Child-size, Olive Green & Gold

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One Day's Grace is a range of rosaries, prayer beads and jewellery inspired by traditional designs for beads of praise and handmade in Helensville, New Zealand - just for you.

A rosary bracelet is both a reminder of faith and a pretty fashion accessory, incoporating one decade (10 beads) of the full rosary and a single Our Father bead.

I've made this rosary bracelet in gold with faceted 8mm Czech crystal beads in a rich olive green colour. The Our Father is a facetted round crystal in light olive colour. A gold plated tiny detailed crucifix hangs amongst the beads, together with a round medal of the Holy Family/Holy Spirit and three little Swarovski crystals representing the Trinity - and adding a pretty touch of sparkle.

This bracelet is a small size suitable for a child with a wrist measurement of around 15cm. It would make an ideal first communion, baptism or special occasion gift for a girl.

Please enquire if you would like a similar bracelet in a different size.

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SHIPPING: let me know if you need your parcel sent urgently so I can make sure it gets to the post the same day payment clears. I always send orders at least twice a week, but not always every day as my nose is usually firmly pointed at my workbench.

FREE SHIPPING if sent with another post-paid item - pay shipping on the first purchase and any others hop in the same bag for free.

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