The Anglican Rosary also known as Anglican Prayer Beads or Anglican Chaplet are Christian Prayer Beads used predominantly by Anglicans aswell as other Christian Denominations including Methodists and the Reformed.
33 beads in total signify the number of years Jesus lived on Earth.
The beads are grouped in four lots of seven which signify the days of creation separated by 4 larger beads called the Cruciform. When the Anglican Prayer beads are opened in a circle the cruciform beads form the sign of the cross.
The 33rd bead above the cross is called the Invitatory bead which completes the 33 beads.
Used for centuries to bring positive vibrations and and protection Black Tourmaline is said to shield the wearer from negative energy and psychic attacks, as well as dissolve negative thoughts.