Star of David Silver Amulet. Replica. Eretz-Israel or Syria. 19th-20th century
Connect your wardrobe to the rich heritage of Jewish history with this stunning pendant necklace from the Israel Museum Collection:
- Based on a Middle Eastern amulet from the 19th-20th century, this sterling silver Star of David pendant features the Hebrew word "Tzion" (Zion) along with a mystical Hebrew word.
- An original work from the Land of Israel.
- No matter the occasion, this pendant necklace will make a fantastic addition to any outfit that you choose to wear.
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925 Sterling silver
Size: 0.8" / 2 cm
Add a special touch of faith to your personal jewelry collection with this remarkable pendant necklace from the Israel Museum Collection. Based on an amulet from the late 19th / early 20th century Middle East, this pendant is shaped like a Star of David (the traditional symbol of the Jewish People) and is embossed in the center with the word "Tzion" (Zion, another name for Jerusalem). In addition, the Hebrew letters that make up the mystical name "Taftafia" are inscribed in each of the Star's six points. Both stylish and meaningful, you will love wearing this pendant necklace every chance you get for many years to come.
A sterling silver chain or black silicone cord in your choice of length are available for an additional fee.
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.