The Most Meaningful Jewish Jewelry Gifts from Israel
There is no more timeless gift than jewelry, and Jewish jewelry from the Land of Israel is one of the most meaningful presents to give to a loved one - as well as an excellent way to indulge yourself and enhance your own wardrobe with something special just for you!
Our store carries a wide variety of jewelry pieces appropriate for all ages, genders, and styles, all lovingly crafted in the Land of Israel by local artisans. From personalized name jewelry in Hebrew or English, to local materials you won’t find outside Israel like Eilat Stone or ancient Roman glass, to powerful Jewish symbols like the Star of David, Tree of Life, or Chai, or Biblical verses or traditional healing jewelry - we have the most unique and meaningful pieces that are bursting with Jewish pride and sure to be treasured for years to come.
Read on to learn about some of the most inspirational jewelry gifts for all occasions from Israel’s top designers, handpicked by our staff in Jerusalem:
1. Torah Script Hebrew Name Necklace in Silver, Gold Plating, or 14K Yellow or White Gold
Designed and custom-made in the Holy City of Jerusalem, any one of these stylish Hebrew name necklace options will make a one-of-a-kind treasured gift, and will help foster a special connection to one’s Jewish heritage. They each feature a beautiful Torah script font and a choice of thickness and chain length. Get one for your loved one with their name or nickname, and watch them treasure it for a lifetime! We can even translate any English name to Hebrew for you.
This stylish, customizable ring can be personalized with your or a loved one's name, a Hebrew blessing, or any phrase that you choose in either English or Hebrew. It’s beautifully crafted from sterling silver in the Land of Israel and framed by two 14K yellow gold bands. We offer a number of suggestions of popular phrases and blessings from the Bible, or you can simply craft your own message.
Handcrafted from sterling silver and 9K gold by Ha'ari Jewelry, this gorgeous and delicate spiral necklace features a blooming pearl and an engraved line from King Solomon's famous tribute to strong Jewish women from Proverbs 31:10, known as Eshet Chayil (The Woman of Valor). The inscription reads Eishet hayil mi yimtza, verahok mipninim michra. ("Who can find a woman of valor? Her value is far beyond pearls.") Express your admiration for your wife, mother, grandmother, or daughter with this meaningful piece!
This luxurious pendant necklace from the Israeli master craftsmen at Anbinder Jewelry will make a gorgeous and meaningful gift for someone you love, or a treasured part of your own jewelry collection. Crafted from your choice of 14K white or yellow gold, it features an intricate Tree of Life motif surrounded by a glistening array of 60 radiant white diamonds. The reverse of the pendant is engraved with the word "Jerusalem" surrounded by stylish detailing.
There's no better way to show off one's Jewish identity than with a classic Star of David necklace, and this magnificent, 14K gold pendant will be a stunning addition to your or a loved one's wardrobe. Made right in Israel by Jerusalem Design Studio, the polished, gleaming piece will match any outfit or occasion, and make an unforgettable Jewish gift.
Crafted by famous Israeli designer Rafael Jewelry in your choice of sterling silver or 14K yellow gold, this stunning, luxurious necklace features the iconic Hebrew symbol chai, which means "life," set with polished Eilat Stone, Israel’s national gemstone. Wear your Jewish values with pride and have an instant connection to a piece of the Land of Israel wherever you go!
Another stunning and meaningful piece from Rafael Jewelry is this gorgeous circular pendant necklace. Made from sterling silver, the pendant is inlaid with a fragment of ancient glass from the Roman period, discovered in archaeological excavation sites in the Land of Israel. Surrounding the iridescent blue and green glass is the classic Biblical expression of love and devotion from Song of Songs 6:3, "Ani LeDodi VeDodi Li" (“I am My Beloved's and My Beloved is Mine''), in a stylish modern Hebrew script. Express your love to your significant other in a truly unique way with this magnificent piece of jewelry!
If you’re looking for more ways to show your devotion to your loved one, look no further than this exquisite 925 sterling silver and 9K gold ring from the master craftsmen at Emuna Studio. The elegant band is engraved with the ultimate Hebrew love line from the Song of Songs, "Ani LeDodi VeDodi Li" ("I am My Beloved's and My Beloved is Mine"), composed by King Solomon. Suitable for both men and women and available in a range of sizes, this lightweight ring is both comfortable for everyday wear and gorgeous enough for any special occasion.
9. Adjustable Blackened Sterling Silver or Gold-Plated Healing Prayer Ring
One of our most popular Jewish rings is this adjustable, unisex wrap ring with a powerful message of healing. The inside is engraved with a traditional Hebrew prayer for healing, while the outside is embossed with a verse from the Book of Jeremiah (17:14), "Refaeni VeNerafeh" (“Heal me and I shall be healed”), along with Hebrew letters representing God's mystical attribute of healing.
Get it in either elegant blackened 925 sterling silver or gorgeous 18K gold plating - both masterfully crafted by Israeli studio Hallel Jewelry, expertly combining contemporary style with traditional meaning. Beautifully stylish and adjustable for every size, it makes for a perfect gift for yourself or a loved one!
Rounding off our list is one of our most romantic jewelry gifts: a beautifully polished onyx stone pendant that is micro-inscribed in 24K gold with a circular design featuring the phrase "I love you" in 120 languages. The pendant is gracefully suspended from a triangular bail that is crafted from an elegant metal of your choosing: 925 sterling silver, 14K white or yellow gold, or gold plating. Made in the Land of Israel by the contemporary designers at Nano Jewelry, this special gift is sure to be treasured by your beloved!
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