Wedding Ladder Lasso Rosary
This is a beautiful silver-plated Ladder Lasso Rosary with 7mm Imitation Glass Mother of Pearl beads with a 4" crucifix. It is called a ladder rosary because two chains run along the outside of all the beads. Instead of the Hail Mary beads being connected to each other, they are attached to the chains and look like the rungs of a ladder.
The rosary begins with the large crucifix, followed by the first five beads of a rosary ending at a centerpiece. A complete rosary begins on each side of the centerpiece, starting again with the first five beads of a rosary then a centerpiece that opens to the loop of Hail Mary beads.
The rosary measures 12" from the bottom of the crucifix to the first centerpiece. Each of the rosaries, that form the lasso, is 30". Each circle of Hail Mary beads is a 43" loop.
The wedding Lasso rosary is a double rosary that forms the infinity symbol when placed over the heads of the wedding couple after they have exchanged their vows at the end of the ceremony. The Lasso rosary is a symbolic declaration of intention that the bride and groom are voluntarily binding themselves together before their family, friends and God. This tradition has its historic origins in Spain. The pearl has been a treasured symbol of purity and love for centuries.
The married couple can join together to pray the rosary, using the Lasso rosary that helped unite them at their wedding.
The rosary comes in an organza bag in a gift box from Milagros, a division of Christian Brands.