This single decade Connemara marble rosary is fashioned into a bracelet that when unfasten it becomes a version of the An Paidrin Beag, the little rosary. An Paidrin Beag was developed and used in Ireland during the Penal days when it was forbidden to practice the Catholic faith in Ireland.
The Connemara marble rosary bracelet features a gold tone enameled metal of St. Patrick along with a Celtic cross with oxidized accenting. This Irish rosary bracelet measures 8" long and is gift boxed with Connemara marble and Celtic cross history cards, complements of The Irish Gift House.
The Connemara marble is sourced from quarries in County Galway and the rosary bracelet is made in Dublin, Ireland by J.C. Walsh and Sons.