Sterling Silver Ahava (Love) Necklace With Dotted Design. The Israel Museum Collection
Whether you are dressing for a busy day at the office or for a fun night on the town, complete any outfit in your wardrobe with this marvelous designer necklace from the Israel Museum Collection:
- Made from sterling silver, this necklace's pendant resembles the iconic Ahava (Love) sculpture from the Israel Museum and is decorated with a stylish dotted design.
- An original work from the Land of Israel.
- Will make a wonderful gift for a birthday, Bat Mitzvah, graduation, holiday or any other special occasion!!!
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925 Sterling silver
Size of pendant: 0.6" x 0.6" / 15 x 15 mm
Length of chain: 17.7" / 45 cm
Wonderfully enrich your personal jewelry collection with this gorgeous designer necklace from the Israel Museum Collection. Crafted from sterling silver, this necklace's pendant is shaped like the iconic Ahava (Love) sculpture that rests on the grounds of the Israel Museum and is accented with a chic dotted design. Both beautiful and meaningful you, will love wearing this necklace every chance you get for many years to come!!!
The necklace comes with a lovely sterling silver chain.
This item comes with a certificate of authenticity from the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Enclosed is a brief description of its historical background in English and Hebrew.
In 1978, the American artist, Robert Indiana (b. 1928), created a 13-foot-tall steel sculpture in the spirit of international brotherhood to the people of Israel. The work, using the four letters of the Hebrew word ahava (love), is based on his well-known word-sculpture "LOVE".
The work is a gift of Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Sackler to Jerusalem's world famous Israel Museum and stands in its seven-acre Billy Rose Sculpture Garden. Designed by the eminent landscape architect-sculptor Isamu Noguchi, it is considered to be one of the most outstanding art gardens in the world.