Italian Crucifix and Guardian Angel Rosary with Grey Jasper Gemstones

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I have made this Rosary using a heavily silver plated Italian made Crucifix and Guardian Angel centrepiece with the lettering ‘Pray For Us’ on the reverse. The Gemstones are Scenery Jasper which is a mix of greys and I have used them with silver for this design as I think the silver best brings out the variety of grey tones in the Jasper.

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Known as the “Supreme Nurturer,” Jasper is said to be a stone of grounding and stability, providing comfort and security, strength and healing. Ancient people believed it to be a strong stone of protection, bringing healing and peace into the wearers life.
Historically, Jasper is traceable to all ancient peoples and civilisations. Worn by shamans, priests and kings, it was considered sacred and a powerful protection stone, for both the physical world and in the spiritual realm.
The Christian apostle Peter is supposed to have derived his name from Jasper, the rock upon which Christ would build his church.
Although Jasper is not one of the 12 traditional birthstones, it is known to be a historical birthstone of March. It is thought to bring Cancer and Capricorn compassion and patience. Aries and Scorpio are also reported to benefit from any variety of Jasper.

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