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Black
Natural Carnelian Agate BEADS
ROSE ROSARY & wood CROSS
Oxen Bone Skull Beads: 10MM
BEAD: 8 MM
ROSARY: 55CM LENGTH FROM THE CROSS TO THE END.
WEIGHT: 150 G
CROSS: WOOD & PEWTER
QUALITY: HIGH QUALITY

THIS IS A VERY HANDSOME SET OF A BEADED ROSARY,MEDIEVAL STYLE ROSARY BEADS. HANDMADE ROSARIES FROM THE HOLY LAND.OFFERING FOR YOUR SPIRITUAL LIFE, WITNESS WEAR, OR GIFT GIVING, A STUNNING RELIGIOUS ROSARY FROM OLDEN ORIDENTAL- TIBET.

THIS ROSARY IS SO ONE SIZE FITS MOST TEENS/ADULTS.VERY STYLISH AND UNIQUE! GREAT RELIGIOUS'S WITNESS WEAR!! GREAT PRAYER REMINDER,AND THANKS FOR LOOKING!OFFERING FOR YOUR SPIRITUAL LIFE, WITNESS WEAR, OR GIFT GIVING, A STUNNING RELIGIOUS ROSARY FROM OLDEN ORIDENTAL- TIBET. THIS ROSARY IS SO ONE SIZE FITS MOST TEENS/ADULTS.VERY STYLISH AND UNIQUE! GREAT RELIGIOUS'S WITNESS WEAR!! GREAT PRAYER REMINDER,AND THANKS FOR LOOKING!

THIS IS A VERY HANDSOME SET OF A BEADED ROSARY,MEDIEVAL STYLE ROSARY BEADS. HANDMADE ROSARIES FROM THE HOLY LAND. OFFERING FOR YOUR SPIRITUAL LIFE, WITNESS WEAR, OR GIFT GIVING, A STUNNING RELIGIOUS ROSARY FROM OLDEN ORIDENTAL- TIBET. THIS ROSARY IS SO ONE SIZE FITS MOST TEENS/ADULTS.VERY STYLISH AND UNIQUE! GREAT RELIGIOUS'S WITNESS WEAR!! GREAT PRAYER REMINDER,AND THANKS FOR LOOKING!FRIENDLY REMARKS: THIS ROSARY MADE IN THE OLDEN ORIDENTAL- TIBET. YOU CAN WEAR IT IF YOU LIKE.


Agate:
is a type of quartz (silica), chiefly chalcedony, characterised by its fineness of grain and brightness of color. The colorful agate and other chalcedonies were obtained over 3,000 years ago from the Achates River, now the Drillo, in Sicily.

Formation and characteristics:
Most agates occur as nodules in volcanic rocks or ancient lavas where they represent cavities originally produced by the disengagement of volatiles in the molten mass which were then filled, wholly or partially, by siliceous matter deposited in regular layers upon the walls. Such agates, when cut transversely, exhibit a succession of parallel lines, often of extreme tenuity, giving a banded appearance to the section. Such stones are known as banded agate, riband agate and striped agate.
In the formation of an ordinary agate, it is probable that waters containing silica in solution -- derived, perhaps, from the decomposition of some of the silicates in the lava itself -- percolated through the rock and deposited a siliceous coating on the interior of the vapour-vesicles. Variations in the character of the solution or in the conditions of deposit may cause corresponding variation in the successive layers, so that bands of chalcedony often alternate with layers of crystalline quartz. Several vapour-vesicles may unite while the rock is viscous, and thus form a large cavity which may become the home of an agate of exceptional size; thus a Brazilian geode lined with amethyst and weighing 67 tons was exhibited at the Dusseldorf Exhibition of 1902.

The first deposit on the wall of a cavity, forming the "skin" of the agate, is generally a dark greenish mineral substance, like celadonite, delessite or "green earth", which are rich in iron probably derived from the decomposition of the augite in the enclosing volcanic rock. This green silicate may give rise by alteration to a brown iron oxide (limonite), producing a rusty appearance on the outside of the agate-nodule. The outer surface of an agate, freed from its matrix, is often pitted and rough, apparently in consequence of the removal of the original coating. The first layer spread over the wall of the cavity has been called the "priming", and upon this base zeolitic minerals may be deposited.

Many agates are hollow, since deposition has not proceeded far enough to fill the cavity, and in such cases the last deposit commonly consists of quartz, often amethyst, having the apices of the crystals directed towards the free space so as to form a crystal-lined cavity, or geode.On the disintegration of the matrix in which the agates are embedded, they are set free. The agates are extremely resistant to weathering and remain as nodules in the soil or are deposited as gravel in streams and shorelines.

Agate beliefs:
In many traditions agate is believed to cure the stings of scorpions and the bites of snakes, soothe the mind, prevent contagion, still thunder and lightning, promote eloquence, secure the favour of the powerful, and bring victory over enemies.Persian magi are also known to have prized agate rings in their work and beliefs.Shia Muslims often wear an agate ring on the right hand, the stone engraved with the name of Allah, Ali, or the names of the other eleven Imams. It is known as "aqaq" or "agag" in Persian.

Tibet Royal oxen 1 (Wild yaks):
Wild yaks (Tibetan: drong) can weigh up to 1,200 kg (2,400 lb). They usually form groups of between 10 and 30 animals. Their habitat is treeless uplands like hills, mountains and plateaus between 3,200 m (10,500 ft) and roughly 5,400 m (18,000 ft). They eat grasses, lichens and other plants. They are insulated by dense, close, matted under-hair as well as their shaggy outer hair. Yaks secrete a special sticky substance in their sweat which helps keep their under-hair matted and acts as extra insulation. This secretion is used in traditional Nepalese medicine.

Tibet Royal oxen 2 ( Domesticated yaks) :
Domesticated yaks are kept primarily for their milk, fiber, and meat, and as beasts of burden. They transport goods across mountain passes for local farmers and traders as well as in support of climbing and trekking expeditions; their dung is even burned as fuel. Yak milk is often processed to a cheese called chhurpi in Tibetan and Nepali languages, and byaslag in Mongolia. Often the pack animals are actually crossbreeds of the yak and Bos taurus (common domestic cattle). These are known in Tibetan as dzo or dzopkyo. Yaks grunt, and unlike cattle are not known to produce the characteristic bovine lowing sound.
Yak fibers are soft and smooth, in several colors, including shades of gray, brown, black and white. They are about 1.2 inches long and are combed or shed from the yak and then dehaired. The result is a splendid downy fiber that can be spun into yarn for knitting.



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8mm Black Natural Agate Oxen Bone Skull ROSARY CROSS Catholic necklace

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Overview

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  • Materials: carnelian agate beads, oxen bone skull beads, white copper, italy pewter, wood cross
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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