Our Lady of Guadalupe Chaplet Bracelet, Blessed Virgin Mary Rosary Niner Prayer Beads, Catholic Religious Jewelry, Spiritual Inspirational

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Our Lady of Guadalupe Chaplet Bracelet, Blessed Virgin Mary Rosary Niner Prayer Beads, Catholic Religious Jewelry, Spiritual Inspirational

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Turquoise colored howlite round beads, Swarovski crystal bicones, Our Lady of Guadalupe holy medal, Divino Niño de Columbia medal side, TierraCast daisy spacers and heishi spacers, white bone heishi spacers, silver plated bead caps, TierraCast silver on pewter rose bead, sterling silver crimps and wire guards, silver plate lobster clasp, extender chain, high quality 49 strand beading wire

This Our Lady of Guadalupe chaplet bracelet is handmade from turquoise howlite round beads, Swarovski crystal bicones, and a silver-toned holy medal. A "niner" chaplet, it is designed around three trios of prayer beads, which here are represented by the howlite rounds (8mm, dyed). I chose them for this Catholic chaplet because of their pretty blue color.

The Swarovski crystal bicones appear in two colors: red-orange "Fire Opal" (6mm, 4mm) and light gold "Metallic Sunshine" (AB, 4mm). All were made in Austria. The red-orange crystals echo the mandorla of sacred light around Our Lady of Guadalupe and add to the vivid color of the chaplet. The light gold crystals lend a beautiful starry sparkle. The holy medal is a silver-toned dual-service charm, with Our Lady on one side and the Baby Jesus on the other. The inscription for Our Lady is in Spanish and reads "Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe." The inscription for the Baby Jesus, also in Spanish, is "Divino Niño de Colombia."

Also included in this inspirational religious jewelry piece are the following:

• A charm dangle made with a TierraCast silver-on-pewter rose bead (made in the USA) and a small turquoise magnesite round (4mm). The charm signifies the miracle of the Castilian roses associated with Our Lady of Guadalupe
• A three-bead handmade dangle with a Fire Opal crystal (4mm) between bone spacers, and two turquoise howlite rounds (6mm, dyed). The three beads signify the Holy Trinity.
• TierraCast silver-on-pewter daisy spacers and rhodium-plated heishi spacers (made in USA)
• White bone heishi spacers
• Silver-plated scalloped bead caps
• TierraCast rhodium-plated oval jump rings (made in USA)
• A nice silver-plate lobster clasp (made in USA, 12mm)
• An adjustable one-inch silver-tone extender chain
• Sterling silver twist crimps and wire guards (made in USA)
• High-quality 49-strand beading wire (made in USA)

The chaplet bracelet is designed with three trios of turquoise howlite rounds, which have the gold crystals separating them. Between each trio is a Fire Opal bicone flanked by pairs of bone spacers with rhodium heishi between them. On each end of the strand are the finishing components (sterling twists and wire guards), with the lobster clasp on one end and the adjustable extender chain on the other end.

The basic length of these prayer beads is 7 inches, with a further inch for adjustment. Please see my photographs for a picture showing the bracelet measured by a ruler. This photo also shows the front of the holy medal in close up.

This inspirational and meaningful chaplet bracelet was handmade by me with great care, thought, and best wishes for its destined wearer. It comes with a complimentary holy card in a pretty organza bag and wrapped up nicely, all set for presenting to a devotee of Our Lady of Guadalupe—perhaps yourself!

To see more handmade chaplet bracelets, please see this section of my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=seller-platform-mcnav§ion_id=19527694

To see handmade bracelets, please see: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=seller-platform-mcnav§ion_id=15661393

To see stretch bracelets, including yoga and tai chi styles, please see: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?section_id=22859596

To see more PrettyGonzo jewelry, please visit my Etsy shop's home page! Link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo


More About the Chaplet Bracelet's Holy Medal and Complimentary Holy Card

I purchased both the medal and complimentary holy card at La Salette Shrine, a very peaceful religious center in Massachusetts that I love to visit. The holy card, which was made in Italy, is laminated. Its imagery is quite beautiful, and on the back is a devotional prayer.


About Nine-Bead Chaplets

A nine-bead chaplet (often called a "niner") facilitates a simple and easily remembered form of spiritual devotion. Its conventional prayer pattern is three recitations of each of the following prayers: "Our Father," "Hail Mary," and "Glory Be." The trios of each prayer correspond to the trios of the prayer beads.

Having a chaplet as a bracelet is nice because it easily goes with you, right on your wrist, and can act as a reminder of spiritual practice as well as serve as a helper with that practice. It can be used for any form of good intention - such as offering thanksgiving, reflecting on penance, or petitioning divine assistance for oneself or others - or simply as a "time out" of life's busy flow to engage in spiritual contemplation or personal meditation.


A Brief Word About Our Lady of Guadalupe

In December of 1531, outside Mexico City at the Hill of Tepeyac, a peasant known as Juan Diego saw the first of four apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary. She requested that a church be constructed at Tepeyac in her honor. Juan brought her request to the archbishop of Mexico City, but the Church authority doubted Juan's story of the vision. After a second apparition, and with encouragement from the Virgin Mary, he again approached the archbishop, who this time demanded a miracle take place to prove the authenticity of the visions.

In the third apparition, the Virgin Mary agreed to bring about a miracle the next day when she and Juan Diego would meet. However, Juan missed this meeting because of a sick uncle whose condition had worsened and who needed caring for. Feeling guilty about his no-show, Juan tried to avoid the Hill of Tepeyac. However, the Blessed Virgin appeared to him anyways and gently scolded him for not turning to her for help. "Am I not here—I who am your mother?" she asked.

Not only was Juan's uncle healed, but Castilian roses (foreign to Mexico) bloomed over the hilltop of Tepeyac even though it was winter. Juan picked many roses and, guarding them in his tilma (cloak), went to see the archbishop. The revelation of the roses was surprising, but more astonishing was an image of the Blessed Virgin that had emerged on the tilma's cloth. Later, Juan's uncle also saw a vision of her.

Juan Diego was canonized as a Catholic saint in 2002. His tilma, which is enshrined at the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, have attracted pilgrims from all over the world and is one of most popular religious sites in the world.

Our Lady of Guadalupe is typical depicted in a starry blue mantle and pink robe with ornate gold decorations. She stands on a crescent moon with a cherub underneath it, and roses adorn the space around her.
This Our Lady of Guadalupe chaplet bracelet is handmade from turquoise howlite round beads, Swarovski crystal bicones, and a silver-toned holy medal. A "niner" chaplet, it is designed around three trios of prayer beads, which here are represented by the howlite rounds (8mm, dyed). I chose them for this Catholic chaplet because of their pretty blue color.

The Swarovski crystal bicones appear in two colors: red-orange "Fire Opal" (6mm, 4mm) and light gold "Metallic Sunshine" (AB, 4mm). All were made in Austria. The red-orange crystals echo the mandorla of sacred light around Our Lady of Guadalupe and add to the vivid color of the chaplet. The light gold crystals lend a beautiful starry sparkle. The holy medal is a silver-toned dual-service charm, with Our Lady on one side and the Baby Jesus on the other. The inscription for Our Lady is in Spanish and reads "Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe." The inscription for the Baby Jesus, also in Spanish, is "Divino Niño de Colombia."

Also included in this inspirational religious jewelry piece are the following:

• A charm dangle made with a TierraCast silver-on-pewter rose bead (made in the USA) and a small turquoise magnesite round (4mm). The charm signifies the miracle of the Castilian roses associated with Our Lady of Guadalupe
• A three-bead handmade dangle with a Fire Opal crystal (4mm) between bone spacers, and two turquoise howlite rounds (6mm, dyed). The three beads signify the Holy Trinity.
• TierraCast silver-on-pewter daisy spacers and rhodium-plated heishi spacers (made in USA)
• White bone heishi spacers
• Silver-plated scalloped bead caps
• TierraCast rhodium-plated oval jump rings (made in USA)
• A nice silver-plate lobster clasp (made in USA, 12mm)
• An adjustable one-inch silver-tone extender chain
• Sterling silver twist crimps and wire guards (made in USA)
• High-quality 49-strand beading wire (made in USA)

The chaplet bracelet is designed with three trios of turquoise howlite rounds, which have the gold crystals separating them. Between each trio is a Fire Opal bicone flanked by pairs of bone spacers with rhodium heishi between them. On each end of the strand are the finishing components (sterling twists and wire guards), with the lobster clasp on one end and the adjustable extender chain on the other end.

The basic length of these prayer beads is 7 inches, with a further inch for adjustment. Please see my photographs for a picture showing the bracelet measured by a ruler. This photo also shows the front of the holy medal in close up.

This inspirational and meaningful chaplet bracelet was handmade by me with great care, thought, and best wishes for its destined wearer. It comes with a complimentary holy card in a pretty organza bag and wrapped up nicely, all set for presenting to a devotee of Our Lady of Guadalupe—perhaps yourself!

To see more handmade chaplet bracelets, please see this section of my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=seller-platform-mcnav§ion_id=19527694

To see handmade bracelets, please see: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=seller-platform-mcnav§ion_id=15661393

To see stretch bracelets, including yoga and tai chi styles, please see: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?section_id=22859596

To see more PrettyGonzo jewelry, please visit my Etsy shop's home page! Link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo


More About the Chaplet Bracelet's Holy Medal and Complimentary Holy Card

I purchased both the medal and complimentary holy card at La Salette Shrine, a very peaceful religious center in Massachusetts that I love to visit. The holy card, which was made in Italy, is laminated. Its imagery is quite beautiful, and on the back is a devotional prayer.


About Nine-Bead Chaplets

A nine-bead chaplet (often called a "niner") facilitates a simple and easily remembered form of spiritual devotion. Its conventional prayer pattern is three recitations of each of the following prayers: "Our Father," "Hail Mary," and "Glory Be." The trios of each prayer correspond to the trios of the prayer beads.

Having a chaplet as a bracelet is nice because it easily goes with you, right on your wrist, and can act as a reminder of spiritual practice as well as serve as a helper with that practice. It can be used for any form of good intention - such as offering thanksgiving, reflecting on penance, or petitioning divine assistance for oneself or others - or simply as a "time out" of life's busy flow to engage in spiritual contemplation or personal meditation.


A Brief Word About Our Lady of Guadalupe

In December of 1531, outside Mexico City at the Hill of Tepeyac, a peasant known as Juan Diego saw the first of four apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary. She requested that a church be constructed at Tepeyac in her honor. Juan brought her request to the archbishop of Mexico City, but the Church authority doubted Juan's story of the vision. After a second apparition, and with encouragement from the Virgin Mary, he again approached the archbishop, who this time demanded a miracle take place to prove the authenticity of the visions.

In the third apparition, the Virgin Mary agreed to bring about a miracle the next day when she and Juan Diego would meet. However, Juan missed this meeting because of a sick uncle whose condition had worsened and who needed caring for. Feeling guilty about his no-show, Juan tried to avoid the Hill of Tepeyac. However, the Blessed Virgin appeared to him anyways and gently scolded him for not turning to her for help. "Am I not here—I who am your mother?" she asked.

Not only was Juan's uncle healed, but Castilian roses (foreign to Mexico) bloomed over the hilltop of Tepeyac even though it was winter. Juan picked many roses and, guarding them in his tilma (cloak), went to see the archbishop. The revelation of the roses was surprising, but more astonishing was an image of the Blessed Virgin that had emerged on the tilma's cloth. Later, Juan's uncle also saw a vision of her.

Juan Diego was canonized as a Catholic saint in 2002. His tilma, which is enshrined at the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, have attracted pilgrims from all over the world and is one of most popular religious sites in the world.

Our Lady of Guadalupe is typical depicted in a starry blue mantle and pink robe with ornate gold decorations. She stands on a crescent moon with a cherub underneath it, and roses adorn the space around her.

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Returns are accepted if you contact me within 7 days after delivery to you. I expect to receive the item no later than 2 weeks after delivery. If this timeframe is problematic for you, contact me before buying. Also, I do allow extensions for special holidays such as Christmas and Valentine's Day, as some people buy early, me included!

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