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Jewish Jewelry

Designer Gold Jewelry from Jerusalem
Nadav Art offers a stunning selection of designer gold jewelry as part of our 2022 Collection. Our Jerusalem goldsmiths have created a beautiful range of gold necklaces and pendants, gold rings, earrings and other items of personal jewelry. We work primarily with 14kt yellow gold, but also offer several exclusive items in luxurious white gold and warm rose gold.

As Jerusalem jewelers, we’re naturally inspired by the magic of our own city. We also draw deeply on Jewish tradition and culture when we create new designs. Check out our gold Star of David pendants for men and women, Chai emblems, Hamsas, Dreidel jewelry and Jerusalem designs.

A gift of handmade gold jewelry from Jerusalem is a unique and wonderful way to show love and appreciation. We have the perfect Bar Mitzvah and Bat Mitzvah gifts, birthday and graduation presents, and romantic gifts. We’re usually able to personalize our gold jewelry if you buy an item for a loved one. We’re also happy to accept commissions for unique handmade items. Talk to an English speaking designer today. 

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Jewelry is a form of personal adornment that is worn to show social status and wealth. Jewish jewelry is traditionally worn by Jewish people and can be made from precious metals, gems, or pearls.

Jewish jewelry often contains symbols and motifs that are related to Judaism and Jewish culture. This type of jewelry is usually worn for religious purposes and can be made from 14k gold or 925 sterling silver.

The Star of David is the symbol of Judaism. It is a six-pointed star. It is one of the most recognizable symbols in the world and it can be found on synagogues and Jewish homes.

The Star of David has been used for centuries to represent Judaism, but it has also become a symbol for other things as well, such as being a sign of good luck or misfortune.

The significance of the Hebrew letters on Jewish jewelry is that it is a reminder of their faith. The letters are usually written in silver and have a meaning that is personal to the wearer. For example, one may wear a necklace with the letter “chai” on it as a symbol of life.

The Hebrew letters are not just symbols though, they also have meaning. For example, the letter “chai” means “life”.

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