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Wood Beads, Navy Blue with Jute Tassels, Small
Wood Beads, Navy Blue with Jute Tassels, Small
Wood Beads, Navy Blue with Jute Tassels, Small
Wood Beads, Navy Blue with Jute Tassels, Small
Wood Beads, Navy Blue with Jute Tassels, Small
Wood Beads, Navy Blue with Jute Tassels, Small

Wood Beads, Navy Blue with Jute Tassels, Small

Regular price $36.00 Sale

Beautiful Navy Blue Wood Beads strung together on jute string and finished with Jute Tassels to create a meaningful and useful object d'art. Inspired by Prayer Beads, each strand has been artfully assembled by hand, imperfection is inherently part of its character.

Our Prayer Beads look gorgeous in a grouping with flowers, plants, candles and crystals. Or hung on door knobs, mantles ,or styled on a tray anywhere you like. Minor variation of color/shape/size is expected for handmade artisan crafted products, it is desirable and not considered a manufacturing defect.

DIMENSIONS: 59" O/A length, 5/8" beads with two 3" jute tassels

MATERIALS: Wood Beads, Jute Tassel

FACTS & HISTORY: Prayer beads are a form of beadwork used to count the repetitions of prayers, chants, or mantras. Since the beads are touched  in an automatic manner, they allow the user to keep track of how many prayers have been said with a minimal amount of conscious effort, which in turn allows greater attention to the prayer itself.

Prayer beads are use world wide by members of various religions including Hinduism, Buddhism, Shinto, Umbanda, Islam, Sikhism, the Baháʼí Faith, and some Christian denominations, such as the Latin Church and the Greek Orthodox Church. Common forms of beaded devotion include the chotki in Eastern Orthodoxy, the rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Latin Christianity, the dhikr (remembrance of God) in Islam, the japamala in Buddhism and Hinduism, and the Jaap Sahib in Sikhism.