Hair prayer rope with silver cross – 100 knots – Mount Athos


Authentic monastic handiwork, made with passion and prayer. The Prayer Rope consists of 100 knots, a silver cross and woolen thread. It can be used as an aid to prayer and as a vow in a church icon.

Knots: 100

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Monastic Prayer Rope with 100 Knots

The Prayer Rope with the 100 knots is a genuine monastic handiwork. Following the centuries-old tradition, the monks make handmade rosaries that carry their blessings and the fragrance of monastic life.

It stands out thanks to the quality of its materials and the emphasis on details during its construction. The Monastic Prayer Rope can be used by Christians as an aid during prayer but also as an offering, as a vow, to the Virgin Mary or to a saint of Orthodoxy.


What is the Offering Prayer Rope made of?

Its 100 knots are made of 36+ thread. On the Prayer Rope hangs a silver cross, of Russian style, which on its front side bears a relief representation of the Crucified, while on its reverse side there is an inscription in the Slavonic ecclesiastical language. The Tama Rosary also consists of silver beads, which are flanked by black enamelled beads, inserted into the rosary every 25 knots.

The Prayer Rope is made to order. 

For more information, contact us at 2392 112 714.


The Offering: What is it and when is it done?

The Offering is an ancient custom, a centuries-old custom of believers all over the world.  In the Orthodox faith and tradition, Christians make a vow to Christ, to the Virgin Mary or to a saint, as a gift of offering and reciprocity to the response to their prayers, the help and grace they received from Them.

The faithful usually give the saints or the Virgin Mary large candles, gold or silver icons, their jewelry or other objects made of precious materials. When the saints or the Virgin Mary respond to their prayer request and fulfill their wish, believers dedicate what they have given to the church or to a specific icon. All that believers usually offer are called votive offerings or votive offerings.


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Weight 0,1 kg

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