Rosary, 'Saint Reineldis' (1520-30)

All of our prayer beads are based on extant originals and/or visual examples. This group patterned after the rosary on the statue of Saint Reineldis as a pilgrim to the Holy Land, by the Master of Elsloo, c. 1520- 1530. The statue is in situ in the Church of Saint Lambert, Neeroeteren, Belgium.  (KIK-IRPA Object number: 21735) A similarly configured bone rosary dated to the late 15th - early 16th C. is part of the Erzbischöflisches Diöezesanmuseum in Cologne.

Priced indivdually. Prices are based on materials and details, and range from $11.95 to $14.95.

  • Item #1 - White wood beads, dk. wood gauds and cross, black cord
  • Item #2 - Dk. wood beads and cross, striped wood gauds, brown cord
  • Item #3 - Tan wood beads, bone gauds and cross, brown cord
  • Item #4 - Dk wood beads (cube) and cross, tan wood gauds, black cord
  • Item #5 - Tan wood beads, white wood gauds, gold metal cross, red cord
  • Item #6 - Gold metal beads and cross, green glass gauds, gold cord
  • Item #7 - Clear crackle glass beads, silver metal gauds and cross, off white cord
  • Item #8 - Green crackle glass beads, gold metal gauds and cross, green cord

Rosary comes with storage bag and information about religion and the use of prayer beads in medieval Europe. Sheet also contains the Pater Noster and Ave Maria prayers in Latin. 

For more general information on our prayer beads, please see the main section page as well as General Information

PLEASE NOTE: These are individually hand made by Gwen and as such are one of a kind items.  If the number does not appear in the drop down menu, it has been sold and is no longer available.  Although it is unlikely that a style can be duplicated exactly, it may be possible to create something similar. Please contact us with your needs and we'll do our best to help.

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  • Model: SL-ROS-REIN
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3lbs




This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 14 February, 2013.