The popularity of charm bracelets come down to the endless variety that they offer. It is the perfect way to carry a few items that together put together a story about what is most important to you, creating a collage of your life to wear around. These Jewish charms will add a unique quality to any charm bracelet, as a beautiful way to show off your Jewish identity.


Our charms fit standard snake-chain charm bracelets, but if you don't have one yet, just choose from a classic sterling silver snake-chain or an exotic leather option and enjoy decorating! Here are 15 of our top picks of Jewish charms.



1. Israeli Flag Charm

This sterling silver Israeli flag charm is a great way to show your connection to Israel wherever you go. Whether you've lived in Israel, have Israeli family, or are a proud Zionist from outside the Land, then this charm is a great way to show where your heart lies.






2. Eilat Stone and Sterling Silver Priestly Blessing Charm

This charm is made from the famous Eilat Stone, quarried in the southern tip of Israel, laid over sterling silver. This stunning piece of jewelry is not only a literal connection to the land of Israel, but features the first line of the Pirestly Blessing (Bircat Kohanim) Yevarechecha Hashem Veyishmarecha - May God bless you and guard you (Numbers 6:24). This is recited by the priests to the Jewish people, but also parents to their children, adding extra significance to this prayer for God's protection.






3. Sterling Silver Israeli Flag Love Heart Charm

This heart-shaped Israel flag design is a great charm for anyone who loves Israel. Along the side of the heart, made from sterling silver, is the word "Israel". This is the perfect gift for someone who has a great love for Israel, or especially for someone who has come back from an Israel trip as a memento.






4. Star of David and Chai Pendant Charm

The most recognizable symbol in Judaism, the Star of David, which here is adorned with the word "Chai", meaning life. This is a great charm for any Jewish person who wishes to stand shoulder to shoulder with the Jewish people, and carry the message that the Jewish people endure as they always have: Am Yisrael Chai. 






5. Israeli and American Flags Pendant Charm

There has always been a special relationship between not only Israel and the United States, but Israelis and Americans too. This charm has on one side the USA flag, and Israel's on the other, making it great as a gift for any of the many people who have moved from one country to the other, or simply as a show of unity between these two great nations. 






6. Land of Israel Pendant Charm

This Land of Israel pendant is the outline of the nation made out of sterling silver, along with the word "Israel" running down the middle. This is a show of support for Israel, while also being a piece of art fit for any wrist. 






7. Eilat Stone Heart Pendant Charm

This one of a kind, Eilat stone heart symbol is made from the native Israel mineral that is simply stunning mix of greens, blue, and purples. This is a fantastic gift for an anniversary, or any other special occasion, no only as a symbol of love, but one that carries a connection to Israel.






8. Shema Yisrael Pendant Charm - Deuteronomy 6:4

The most important line in the Torah, the Shema that unites all the Jewish people, is centered on its opening line meaning "Hear, o Israel; Hashem is our God; God is One". This charm, with the Hebrew text of the Shema, is written in a stylized script adding beauty to this perfect message. Not only is this powerful spiritually, but one that brings all Jewish people together.






9. Star of David Cutout Eilat Stone and 925 Sterling Silver Charm

This striking Star of David pattern laid over Eilat stone is not only meaningful but is beautifully elegant. The Star of David cutouts come is an almost arabesque repeating design with diamonds in between, and with the complex color scheme of the stones, gives a unique flare to each one.






10. Dreidel Pendant Charm

This is a fantastic gift to give any Hanukkah lover for year-round use! On this pendent, made from blue enamel over sterling silver, the letters of a classic dreidel are featured on top, with the 7-branch menorah, Star of David, and the word "Dreidel" below. This gift is particularly charming, full of lots of meaningful Jewish symbolism.






11. Double-Sided Hoshen Bead Charm

The hoshen was the breastplate worn by the Cohen Gadol (high priest) that not only aided in prophesy, but each of the 12 stones also represented the 12 tribes of Israel. Likewise, the Shema, a declaration of God's oneness, connects the Jewish people. This colorful and gorgeous hoshen charm is a wonderful message of uniting all Jews, from ancient times to today.






12. Open Pomegranate Pendant Charm with Garnet Stones

This incredible, striking red enamel studded with bright red garnet stones is of a lovely pomegranate bursting at the seams with seeds. Pomegranates are an ancient symbol in Judaism of the the 613 mitzvot (commandments) for the many seeds within, along with signifying abundance. This would be particularly special to wear around Rosh Hashanah or Tu Bishvat, but would never look amiss for any situation. 






13. Shofar Pendant Charm

The shofar is a image perhaps most strongly associated with the days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur as a way to wake up the soul, but its roots go much deeper. It was a call to war, an announcement of new months, and mimics the sound of an impassioned cry. The shofar is an Jewish symbol that still holds great significance to the Jews of today: the perfect charm to show off your Jewish heritage.






14. Triple Blessing 925 Sterling Silver Charm

This gift is three blessings rolled into one, all taken from Torah verses. All written in Hebrew, these are

  • “I am my Beloved’s and my Beloved is mine” (Song of Songs 6:3)
  • The first line of the Shema (Deuteronomy 6:4)
  • “May G‑d bless you and guard you” from the Priestly Blessing (Numbers 6:24)

This Hebrew charm is a fantastic present for any occasion.






15. Ten Commandments Pendant Charm for Bracelets

There is perhaps nothing quite as foundational and well known as The Ten Commandments. This charm, with Hebrew inscribed on the tablets with the commandments and a Star of David at the top above the words “aseret hadibrot” (ten commandments). This is a wonderful, traditional present, representing the bedrock of the Jewish religion in a modern style.






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