Silver and Roman Glass Hallelujah Earrings. Adaptation. Hebrew Script 7th Century B.C.E
Take your jewelry collectin to the next level with this incredible Roman glass earrings from the Israel Museum:
- Stunning design, half with colorful Roman glass, and the other half with sterling silver.
- Reads the Hebrew word Hallelujah, meaning let’s praise G-d, in ancient 7th century Hebrew script.
- Unique gift for someone who loves Mediterranean jewelry and Jewish history.
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925 Sterling silver, Roman Glass
Diameter: 0.8" / 2 cm
Note: To preserve patina do not allow glass to come in contact with water.
Around the world and down the ages, “Hallelujah!” has expressed joy and praise in a myriad of languages.
In this piece it is written in the Hebrew script of the 7th century B.C.E., which existed already in the period of the Judges, 400 years earlier.
The shards of glass inlaid in this piece originate from fragments of glass vessels discovered in Israel, in the vicinity of the Mediterranean Sea shore.
This item comes with a certificate of authenticity of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Enclosed is a small description of its historical background in English and Hebrew.