Turquoise Jewelry Buying Guide
Turquoise Jewish jewelry combines this beautiful blue stone with classic Jewish themes and stunning modern designs. The color blue has great meaning in Judaism as it represents the divinity that surrounds us with the sky and the sea, and jewelers often use turquoise to represent this holy quality. Some also say the color blue, just like the color red, has positive attributes to it. This beautiful stone makes quite the statement with any outfit and there are plenty of options that are pure fashion and those that have a Jewish connection to them. The choice is yours and we hope you enjoy!
With turquoise being such a bright color, the vibrant blue is balanced out with the different brown shades of leather. While some of these leather pieces put the focus on the stone like this ring, others have the turquoise playing a very subtle roll in the overall style like with this Hamsa bracelet. If you are looking for a new red string bracelet, this red leather one has the Evil Eye symbol in the middle with a small turquoise at the center and is absolutely stunning. Turquoise and leather jewelry can be dressed up or dressed down, making it one of the most versatile pieces of jewelry to own.
Scripture jewelry includes prayers, blessings and phrases such as Shema Yisrael, the Priestly Blessing, Ana Bekoach, Porat Yosef and more. This special jewelry takes influence from the past and is simply gorgeous. Incredible stacking rings, amazing Star of David pieces like this decorative necklace with the Priestly Blessing and this Gam Ki Eilech necklace, and beautiful Hamsa designs like this multiple charm bracelet. Scripture jewelry is a special gift to give or receive and with such a beautiful stone it is sure to make quite the statement.
The Hamsa is perhaps the most common symbol found pairing with turquoise, as the design usually includes the Evil Eye. The turquoise adds a pop of color to this already unique shape as seen with this sterling silver ring. The Hamsa can be found in a variety of styles, ranging from simple like this Porat Yosef pendent to incredible decorative such as this leather bracelet and these earrings. Turquoise Hamsa jewelry is different in the best way possible and a great addition to your personal Jewish jewelry collection.
❤︎ We love this two layered Priestly Blessing Hamsa necklace.
Kabbalah was the first place where we found the color blue being a spiritual color as seen with the mystical city of Tzfat, known for its Kabbalah activity and this jewelry follows through with the magic. Many of these feature the poem of Ana Bekoach or have one of the three letter names of G-d, like this Samech-Aleph-Lamed ring, as part of the decoration. Kabbalah has its own set of symbols and patterns it finds meaningful like keys, but not all Kabbalah jewelry follows through, like this beautiful and fun protection necklace. Kabbalah jewelry is great for the one whose beliefs go above and beyond.