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Those looking for a piece of jewelry to keep negative energy at a far distance to bring about protection, health and strength will surely appreciate this amulet. This beautiful piece of jewelry is made of silver and has the scared name of God inscribed in its heart. Angels inscribed names frame it. This amulet bears a red piece of thread said to have been devised from Rahel Imenu's Tomb for fortification against the Evil Eye and the talisman was transcribed during the 16th century by Holly Ha’Ari. This amulet should be kept in a cloth holster that can be placed inside of a wallet or purse. If for a baby, it can be tied at the top of a cradle, but should be kept out of the baby’s reach.
According to tradition, a talisman is offered to the mother and baby on the 6th or 7th night following the baby's birth. In the past the talisman was placed on a cloth close to the heart . We recommended to hang it on the crib. Talismans included elements to preserve, protect against the Evil Eye and improved health.
This masculine leather bracelet adorned with lions (Ariel in Hebrew), Kabbalistic blessings and the Priestly blessings is a powerful piece of jewelry for a special man in your life. The bracelet features a hook closure making for a comfortable fit.
This heart shaped pendant is a remarkable gift for a beloved daughter. The pendant is beautifully set with a garnet stone. Along the pendant a verse in Hebrew is engraved: "May God make you as Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel and Leah". According to the tradition, this is the way fathers bless their daughters every Saturday night and on Yom Kippur after reciting the prayers. According to the Kabbalah, it is significant that the blessing is recited on Shabbat. During Shabbat the soul is pure and so it is time to bless he children. In a symbolic tribute, during a Jewish wedding ceremony, the father also recites this blessing to his daughter under the Chupah. This unique heart pendant with symbolic significance is perfect for a Bat Mitzvah or other festive occasion in the life of a Jewish woman.
Safety Pin Brooches have become all the rage in recent years as a lovely gift for newborn babies. This brooch elevates the trend to another level with its Biblical and Kabbalistic phrases that are engraved on the brooch so as to provide protection for the newborn baby. The center of the brooch features an eye with a turquoise pupil; another Kabbalistic symbol of protection.
This exceptional Kabbalah jewelry is made of Sterling Silver, the inner ring is made of 9K Gold. Both sides of the pendant are engraved with a three-letter combination in Hebrew that spells one of the 72 names of God along with the corresponding psalms from Kabbablist texts. Vav-Hey-Vav – is believed to possess a 'Segula', a special quality for matchmaking. Hey-Hey-Ayne- is for finding unconditional love. This powerful pendant is for the ones seeking their soul mates or strengthening the bond with their partners.
This piece is a Persian amulet. Shaped as a 16th century lock, the amulet is made of silver and set with a garnet stone. The back side of the pendant is inscribed in Hebrew with the names of the five archangels: Uriel, Raphael, Gabriel, Michael and Nuriel. An amulet for protection, success and abundance.
This unique Jewish bracelet is a beautiful gift for a special man or a woman in your life. Made from leather string, a gold and silver plate features bold lettering that spells out the best-known prayer in Jewish tradition –Shema Yisrael. The silver plate is also inscribed with the continuous of the verse: "Hear, O Israel: the Lord is our God, the Lord is One". "Shema" is generally used by extension to refer to the full version of the daily prayers that commence with Shema Yisrael and comprise three paragraphs from the Torah: Deuteronomy 6:4–9, 11:13-21, and Numbers 15:37–41. In these verses, we are commanded to say Shema twice a day - before sunrise and shortly after nightfall: "when you lie down, and when you rise up" (Deuteronomy 6:7). The piece includes also includes the following inscriptions in Hebrew: Peh-Aleph-Yod – three Hebrew letters that stand for: open thy hand. The second inscription is six letters combination that stand for a verse from the book of Genesis: "take of the choice fruits of the land in your vessels, and carry down the man a present, a little balm, and a little honey, spicery and ladanum, nuts, and almonds". A virtue for blessing, abundance and livelihood.