jewish wedding rings

Jewish Wedding Rings

Jewish RingsLooking for the perfect gift for that special someone? Look no further than World of Judaica’s impressive jewelry collection. Jewish jewelry is always a wonderful gift, regardless of the occasion. Our jewelry collection includesbracelets, necklaces and pendants, and rings. Rings are classic items which accessorize any outfit. Rings are often worn daily and get a lot of use. Feel free to browse through our assortment of Jewish rings and wedding rings. In search of a good quality ring? Our Jewish rings are made out of the highest quality stainless steel, sterling silver, and gold materials. World of Judaica’s ring collection proudly includes Jewish ring and Hebrew ring designs. These include Magen David Jewish stars and Kabbalah jewelry designs. Some of our Hebrew rings feature Hebrew text, such as the words of the Shema prayer. The Jewish rings come in classic silver as well as white and gold unique designs.When looking for a Jewish gift, consider the gift of jewelry. Jewelry is a classic present idea, which is always received well. Rings are more personal gifts and perfect for a girl who is about to become a Bat Mitzvah. Her entrance to adulthood should be celebrated with a beautiful staple piece such as a Jewish ring. Choose from our variety of Jewish rings and Hebrew rings for a wonderful Bat Mitzvah jewlery gift. Our ring sizes range from seventeen to twenty. Rings are a wonderful gift idea for birthdays and for weddings. Whether it is for your daughter, spouse, or friend, you can never go wrong with the gift of a Jewish ring. A personalized ring, such as one with Hebrew writing, makes for an extra special present as a wedding ring. No matter the occasion, rings serve as magnificent presents.When searching for Judaica, make sure to check out our Jewish jewelry section for Jewish bracelets, necklaces, and Jewish rings. Jewish rings make for especially touching gifts for Bat Mitzvah and birthday occasions.
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Jewish Wedding Rings

When the name of any religion is partnered with the word jewelry, it usually makes people think that the designs are very limited. For example, you hear the words Jewish rings and you may think that they are going to include only things such as wedding bands or deeply religious symbols. This is not the case, however, and Jewish rings can be found for all styles and occasions. Yes, you will always find the iconic wedding bands, with most having text taken from the Song of Solomon engraved into them. You will also find a lot of “spinning” rings that feature relevant Hebrew phrases. There are traveler’s prayers, the Shema prayer (Shema Israel Hashem Eloheinu, Hashem Echad), the Star of David, and other iconic Jewish concepts appearing on rings too. There are also some marvelous Jewish rings that use hammered metals to give them a very ancient look as well. This might be a hammered silver band that features gold lettering or the reverse. This is a wonderful way to depict Hebrew and is a very unique fashion statement. Naturally, there are many Jewish rings that look like popular signet ring designs featuring gemstones. These might feature a Star of David as the main image and then have other symbols or texts surrounding it. These can be found as very delicate rings for women but also as very hefty and substantial rings meant for men too. One of the nicest ways to wear Jewish themed rings is by purchasing “stacking” and/ or “spinning” styles. These allow you to choose a wide array of texts or phrases. You might elect to have a prayer revealed on the spinning bands or a poem. This makes them as ideal gifts for brides or grooms, graduates, and Bar and Bat Mitzvah students, among many others. You can send a clear message with a Jewish ring from the Judaica Webstore, and really show off your style.
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Jewish Wedding Rings

Jewish wedding rings have a central role in each wedding ceremony celebrating the union of a couple for the long years to come. Selecting wedding rings which adhere to Jewish traditions will make the wedding perfect. After all, the wife or both husband and wife, will plan to wear that special wedding ring for the rest of their lives. Even more, Jewish law defines the wedding ring as part of the wedding; the vows or even a marriage contract are not sufficient to constitute a Jewish marriage!
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Jewish Wedding Rings

Jewish law dictates that a formal consecration must be made by the groom giving to the bride something of value that is whole and unbroken; today this is usually accomplished by the giving at the wedding a Jewish ring to the bride. Simple gold (14K or 18K) is the preferred metal for the wedding ring or rings. Long ago, a coin equal to today’s penny was given instead of a wedding ring or a pair of wedding rings. The coin was round and whole, symbolizing the unbroken circle that Jewish couple’s wedding rings represent today in the wedding ceremony.
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Jewish Wedding Rings

In all cultures and religions, the wedding ring is a symbol of love and commitment. However, in a Jewish marriage, the wedding band has special meaning. In the time of the Talmud, a man would give a woman a coin worth a small amount of money. Today, in a Jewish wedding ceremony, the groom gives the bride a simple wedding band – one without engravings, gemstones, or other decorations. Traditionally, the ring is made of pure gold. However, a more contemporary version of the custom says that the ring may be made of any type of metal. The band must be completely flawless because it represents a marriage that is unharmed by conflict, flaw, or show. A Jewish wedding ring also symbolizes a chain that unites generations. A perfect way to enhance the elegance of your wedding ring is to engrave a meaningful Hebrew verse on it. A Jewish wedding ring holds the promise that the couple will start a family together, and thereby add another link to the chain of Jewish history. The unending circle also represents the couple’s undying love and respect for one another.
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Jewish Wedding Rings

Unlike non-Jewish wedding ceremonies, only one ring is required to meet the Jewish wedding laws. That ring must be the property of the groom at the time of the wedding and is given to the bride. Non-Orthodox Jewish couples may choose to have a “double ring” ceremony. However, Orthodox couples may still have two rings – one for the bride and one for the groom – but only the bride will have a ring placed on her hand during the wedding. The Jewish groom’s wedding ring would be placed on his hand at a later time, perhaps during the wedding night.
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Jewish Wedding Rings

Looking for the perfect gift for that special someone? Look no further than World of Judaica’s impressive jewelry collection. Jewish jewelry is always a wonderful gift, regardless of the occasion. Our jewelry collection includesbracelets, necklaces and pendants, and rings. Rings are classic items which accessorize any outfit. Rings are often worn daily and get a lot of use. Feel free to browse through our assortment of Jewish rings and wedding rings.
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In search of a good quality ring? Our Jewish rings are made out of the highest quality stainless steel, sterling silver, and gold materials. World of Judaica’s ring collection proudly includes Jewish ring and Hebrew ring designs. These include Magen David Jewish stars and Kabbalah jewelry designs. Some of our Hebrew rings feature Hebrew text, such as the words of the Shema prayer. The Jewish rings come in classic silver as well as white and gold unique designs.
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When looking for a Jewish gift, consider the gift of jewelry. Jewelry is a classic present idea, which is always received well. Rings are more personal gifts and perfect for a girl who is about to become a Bat Mitzvah. Her entrance to adulthood should be celebrated with a beautiful staple piece such as a Jewish ring. Choose from our variety of Jewish rings and Hebrew rings for a wonderful Bat Mitzvah jewlery gift. Our ring sizes range from seventeen to twenty.
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Other Jewish couples select a phrase of their own choice or creation and order custom-made wedding rings. Couples may choose to have the phrase on the outside of the band and may elect to have their wedding rings engraved inside with their names and date, or a special phrase meaningful to them as a couple. Of course, they could choose to leave the outside of the wedding ring unmarked and engrave a phrase only inside the rings.
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When searching for Judaica, make sure to check out our Jewish jewelry section for Jewish bracelets, necklaces, and Jewish rings. Jewish rings make for especially touching gifts for Bat Mitzvah and birthday occasions.
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A Jewish wedding is one of the most joyful occasions in Jewish culture. The permanent bonding of two spirits under the law of the Lord is a momentous occasion, and long enduring memories will be created on this very special day. A wedding ring is the most universally recognizable symbols of this sacred bond, and ideally is an exquisite piece that can be proudly showcased for a lifetime. Find the perfect Jewish wedding ring for you in our large inventory of beautiful rings at Zion Judaica.

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