Jewish Jewelry

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The Priestly Blessing, or Birkat Kohanim in Hebrew, is Judaism’s most ancient prayer, with a powerful mystical and protective tradition. It has been part of Jewish worship and prayer for thousands of years, and continues to bring spiritual and emotional meaning, and capture the artistic imagination, to this day. Origins of the Priestly Blessing This special prayer’s origins are in the Book of Numbers [...]
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Blessings – short prayers known as brachot in Hebrew – are a simple yet powerful, ancient Jewish tradition that allows us to add holiness to our daily lives. Judaism gives us countless opportunities to express gratitude for both the everyday and the extraordinary, with these timeless blessings that are more than mere words – they open a spiritual portal to connection with the Divine.   These [...]
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The Star of David is a six-pointed star made up of two equilateral triangles superimposed over each other. From its place on Israel’s flag and its incorporation into the architecture of synagogues (both old and new), the Star of David is the most recognizable Jewish symbol today. The Star of David is sometimes called “the Jewish star” by those unfamiliar with its [...]