Jewish culture is replete with Judaica - the paraphernalia that fills our homes and synagogues, and allows us to identify something as 'Jewish'. Even the least observant Jews recognize the mezuzah on a front door distinguishing a Jewish home: you don't need to keep shabbat to identify the ornate Stars of David or protective Lions of Judah decorating decaying synagogue facades in foreign cities. These signature items all represent our unique Jewish heritage and pride in that identity, and Israel's best designers have created some gorgeous jewelry which combines contemporary design with thousands of years of history and national pride. Some of these magnificent pieces feature common symbols (like Stars of David) which you might expect to see in a jewelry collection; others are far more unusual and exclusive. Here' a summary of our fabulous line of Judaica jewelry, and their unique symbolism in Jewish culture:

Star of David Jewelry

The most recognizable of all Jewish symbols, the Star of David is associated with Israel, Zionism and Judaism. The six-pointed star is found everywhere in Judaism: as decoration on other Judaica items, embroidered into Torah scroll covers, and fluttering proudly on the national flag of Israel. Our incredible selection of Star of David pendantsbraceletsrings and earrings is comprised of different styles, metals and embellishments, making each beautiful star unique to its wearer.

A unique twist to the classic Star of David

Hamsa Jewelry

The iconic Hamsa is a popular symbol across the Middle East and North Africa, in both Judaism and Islam. It represents the hand of God: the hand protects the wearer from the Evil Eye and brings them luck, health, happiness, success and harmony. Hamsas are often decorated with intricate filigree or sparkling gemstones; red and blue stones such as garnets and turquoises are typically used because Kabbalah associates them with positive energy and fortune. Within our complete range of necklacesbraceletsrings and earrings, you are guaranteed to find a spectacular and symbolic Hamsa that's perfect for you.

Say "good bye" to the Evil Eye and keep good luck close by

Chai Jewelry

Translated as 'living' or 'alive', Chai has become an incredibly popular and meaningful symbol. The Hebrew letters ח (chet) and י (yud) have a numerical value of 18: many Jews believe that 18 is a spiritual number because of its connection to life. The symbol is often combined with other motifs; for example, the word is often held in palm of a Hamsa. Our broad collection of gold and silver Chai pieces features an impressive array of different styles, and showcases the best in Israeli creativity

The original "Chai" necklace with Eilat Stone for a modern look

Mezuzah Jewelry

A mezuzah is a tiny scroll of parchment on which the Shema prayer has been inscribed in ink: this scroll is placed in a decorative casing and connected to doorposts in Jewish homes. Many Jews believe that placing a mezuzah at the entrance to your home will protect you and your family from harm. Our range of beautiful gold and silver pendants resembling ornamental mezuzah cases means you can keep this traditional, iconic symbol of Jewish faith close to your heart all the time.

This Torah Scroll Mezuzah Pendent is crafted by Ben Jewelers, whose family designed jewelry for the Royal Court in Yemin


Hoshen Jewelry

When the Holy Temple still stood in Jerusalem, the Kohen Gadol (high priest) wore an elaborate uniform which included a golden headpiece, tiny gold bells, and perhaps the most ornate of all, a cloth breastplate decorated with 12 different precious stones (representing the 12 Tribes of Israel), which were decoratively bordered with gold. Each of the stones was engraved with one of the tribe's names. Our range of Hoshen jewelry features several beautiful adaptations of the breastplate and can match any budget: some of the rings are set with colored zirconias, some use semi-precious stones and others feature luxurious frames set with real diamonds.

A colorful charm perfect for any bracelet

Pomegranate Jewelry

Pomegranates have been used decoratively in Judaism for at least 3,000 years, and are still incredibly popular motifs within Jewish art. Bursting with sweet, juicy seeds, their familiar rounded shape is seen as a symbol for abundance, prosperity and success. Our full range of exquisite pomegranate jewelry includes bracelets, necklaces, earrings, rings and cufflinks, and features some of the most elegantly refined and meticulously crafted jewelry available from Israeli designers today.

There are said to be 613 seeds in a pomegranate, representing the 613 commandments


Menorah Jewelry

Since Torah times and the days of the Mishkan (the travelling Temple the Jews used in their 40 year journey from Egypt until they conquered Canaan some three hundred years later), the menorah has been a paragon of Jewish identity. Our selection of menorah jewelry, crafted from the highest quality metals and showcasing sharp metalwork skills, is an ideal way to keep this most traditional of Jewish motifs close at all times.

We love this contemporary look!

Lion of Judah Jewelry

On his deathbed, the patriarch Jacob blessed his 12 sons. His fourth son Judah is the strong leader among his brothers: his father compares him to a lion, the mighty king of beasts. The lion became the symbol of the Tribe of Judah, and Kings David and Solomon, the most famous kings in Jewish history, were descended from Judah. Many of the pieces in the Lion of Judah range are particularly suitable for men, and would make a lovely gift to the strong, special man in your life!

The symbol of Jerusalem is the Lion of Judah


Ten Commandments Jewelry

The giving of the 10 Commandments was arguably one of the most significant moments in Jewish history: this is when the disparate Tribes of Israel united to become the Children of Israel. The 10 Commandments represent both our acceptance of faith and God, and Jewish unity. Our iconic 10 Commandments jewelry pieces are rare, unique works of art which beautifully manifest a connection to Judaism.

A stunning handcrafted piece with the 10 commandments written out

Western Wall Jewelry

Millenia ago, theTemple stood in Jerusalem. Thousands of people gathered at this most hallowed of sites to worship God - but the unthinkable happened and the epicenter of Judaism was razed to the ground. All that remains is the Western Wall (and part of the Southern Wall which is still attached), which is now regarded by Jews and many non-Jews as the holiest place in the world and attracts more than 5 million visitors every year. Our small collection of Western Wall jewelry features unique gold and sterling silver pieces which incorporate the Wall's iconic brickwork into their symbolic rings and pendants.

The perfect gift- Jerusalem Stone with the symbol for peace and luck

The combination of beautiful, ancient traditions, a proud, Jewish identity and gorgeous contemporary design makes Judaica jewelry one of the most exciting and innovative genres on the market. Our extensive range of stunning Judaica jewelry items is guaranteed to include something you'll absolutely love, whatever your style or budget!