While rosaries traditionally adorn the necks of Catholics everywhere, Carlen Altman decided it was time for rosaries to branch out to another religion. With that came her creation of Jewish rosaries.
The ‘Peace Party’ collection features low-cost designs made of plastic in red, black and white. With the ‘Classic’ collection, designs range from the Star of David to a Hamsa hand and are made of gold, silver and brass.
And with that, a Jewish woman who wanted to be able to wear rosaries ensured the rosary becomes a multi-faith jewelry design.
Carlen Altman's Multi-Faith Spin On Traditional Religious Jewelry
1. Multi-faith Jewelry - Opportunity for creating jewelry designs that incorporate symbols from different religions, appealing to a diverse customer base.
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1. Jewelry Manufacturing - The jewelry manufacturing industry can explore new materials and techniques to produce affordable and multi-faith jewelry designs.
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