Rosary Dome Necklace Sant’Antonio | Corigliano Rossano


This rosary necklace is inspired by one of the most beautiful Calabrian basilicas.
The dome, enriched with blue and white stones, reproduces in every small detail that of the Carmelite church of the Annunziata, in Corigliano Calabro, also known as the Carmine church.
The construction of the basilica dates back to 1493 by the founding archbishop Giovan Battista de Lagni.
The small beads and the cross at the end make this rosary necklace unique jewelry, to be worn every day.


Composition925 hypoallergenic silver
StonesBlue and White
Necklace Size45cm

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