Jewish jewelry has always been a popular item to gift loved ones with and even oneself because of its myriad types of designs, meanings, materials, patterns & more. Religious jewelry is a popular souvenir to bring back from the Holy Land and so Shopping Jerusalem offers inspirational jewelry such Israeli jewelry and Holy Land jewelry in a variery of materials and designs. You can find star of david necklaces and jewelry in countless designs and colors here, roman glass jewelry, Hoshen shield jewelry, personalized jewelry such as Hebrew name necklaces, evil eye jewelry, chai jewelry, mezuzah jewerly, prayer jewelry and so much more.
As of late, Jewish Jewelry designers have pushed their creativity to new limits, crafting Jewish charms “with a twist,” such as gold Star of David mezuzah pendants (a combination of two highly Jewish-associated symbols). Naturally, Jewish jewelry makes for exceptionally popular birthday and Bat mitzvah gifts. Increasingly more popular, spiritual kabbalah jewelry is fashioned from esoteric symbols and designs. Some of the most popular symbols used for Kabbalah jewelry are the famous red string, evil eye and the “Tree of Life.”
Jewish jewelry makes the perfect gift for Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, anniversaries, graduations, birthdays and more. The designs suit casual and smart outfits and most Jewish women wear that everyday staple item with a Jewish symbol of their preference. These pieces are timeless and never got out of style and serve as a point of personal, cultural and religious identity. Almost every shop in the Holy Land sells religous jewelry because it is a topselling gift for its aesthetic and sentimental value.
The most popular symbol most associated with Judaism is the Star of David. There are many explanations behind the meaning of this emblem. One explanation, for example, asserts that it was engraved on King David’s warrior’s shields. In Judaica, the Star of David is used for Jewelry, wall-hangings, key chains, and more. Interestingly, it is one of the few pieces of Jewish jewelry worn by both men and women. The Star of David is find on the flag of the Holy Land and Jerusalem.
One of the most up-to-the-minute trends in Jewish jewelry is the addition of Roman Glass which has a striking combination of yellows, blues, and pinks that create a rare and unique piece of jewelry. After two thousand years of subterranean rest, the colors of the glass are formed from the chemical reaction between glass, earth, and air.
Shopping Jerusalem offers Jewish jewelry in the form of necklaces & pendants, rings, bracelets, cuff links, earrings and as sets in a varirty of materials, ranging from gold, sterling silver, acrylic, Jerusalem stone, eilat stone and more.
Jewish jewelry is yet another example indicating the increasing popularity and awareness of Judaism. It is a unique way both to adorn your body and take pride in your religion and its marvelous history.