BEADS: 10 & 12mm natural Mother of Pearl with aqua-jade glass beads from the Czech Republic.
CENTERPIECE MEDAL: This is a solid bronze hand cast design depicting La Conquistadora with an inscribed date of 1693. La Conquistadora, or Our Lady of Peace, was brought to Santa Fe in the 1600’s. The statue is still located in her original chapel inside of the St. Francis Cathedral.
CRUCIFIX: This is a solid bronze and elaborate hand cast design depicting Fleur-De-Lys at each end of the cross representing the Holy Trinity and the perpetual purity of Our Blessed Mother Mary.
ATTACHED MEDALS: Attached to the centerpiece medal are two small (.50″) double-sided designs depicting Our Blessed Mother Mary and Jesus Christ her Holy son. The way the medals are positioned in this design Mother Mary and Jesus are looking at each other. Two small .50″ medals are attached to the crucifix depicting the Miraculous Medal with Our Lady of Grace, and the Agnus Dei (Lamb of God) heart.
ANGEL WING: Each design comes with the trademark Seraphym angel wing.
CONSTRUCTION OF THE SERAPHYM HEIRLOOM ROSARY: Seraphym Inc houses the first Heirloom Rosary of its kind in the US. Seraphym is the company commissioned to make a Rosary for Pope Francis during his visit to the US in 2015.
Each Seraphym Heirloom Rosary is handmade and designed to last for generations. Each bead is hand wire-wrapped shut making it sturdy and durable for continued use. The rosary is embellished with quality detail throughout the design. The medals bring a unique aspect to all Seraphym items. They are solid bronze or sterling silver replicas that are hand cast designs created utilizing an ancient method known as lost wax casting. Most of the medals date between the 16th century to the 19th century.
REPAIR: If your Rosary gets into an accident (God Forbid!) we will fix it at no charge to you within one year of purchase not including shipping.
ROSARY BOX: Each rosary comes in its very own unique packaging including: A burlap Rosary pouch, a Seraphym how to pray the Rosary Guide, and an item description card describing the beads and origin of the medals.