This small mail-order business is run by a parish craft guild from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Spokesperson (and, I gather, ringleader!) Margot Carter-Blair has been a liturgical artist for years, designing religious greeting cards, church hangings and vestments, and now rosaries.
Their main product is a changing repertoire of very nice, very modern rosaries, using a wide variety of glass, semiprecious stone, artisan and wood beads. Most are strung on modern "flex-wire," which is virtually unbreakable, but a bit stiff and rather slippery (and it looks rather different from historical styles). Prices for a 5-decade rosary seem to range from about $140 to well over $300, depending on materials -- this is actually about the normal retail price range for a hand-made rosary.
They also sell a limited selection of loose beads, and a wide variety of crosses, crucifixes, and medals. A few are from other artisans, but most are custom-cast from old original pieces. Most are available in either bronze or sterling silver, and most prices range from under $10 to about $50, depending on size and materials (some of the newer and larger ones are more).
A lot of their things are 19th and 20th century, and even more are undated, which usually means that's also when they're from. But they do have quite a few pieces that either come from earlier centuries or look plausibly "medieval":
Last but not least, their customer service is excellent. Nice people all around.