Sterling Silver Star of David Charm, Small Jewish Star of David Jewelry
Sterling Silver Star of David Charm

Sterling Silver Star of David Charm, Small Jewish Star of David Jewelry

Your Price : $7.95
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Part Number:SE-1953

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Jewelry Customization
Charm with Jump Ring
Charm on Plain Cord [+$1.00]
Charm on Finished Necklace Cord [+$2.50]
Charm on Chain [+$3.50]
Single Earring [+$2.50]
Navel Ring | Belly Ring [+$7.00]
Sterling Silver Small Star of David Charms | Jewish Star Jewelry
Size : 15mm x 10mm = ~5/8" tall x 3/8+" wide
Metal : .925 Solid Sterling Silver
Hand-Made in the USA
Charm and pendant measurements do not include the length of any removable attachments. These will vary some, but a standard jump ring would add about 4mm (~1/8") onto the overall length.
Sold by : Charm
made in the usa

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> You can Customize this item into a Star of David Necklace -- Choose from : Charm Only, Charm on a Plain Black 24-inch Waxed Cotton Cord, Charm on a Black Finished 17.5-inch Necklace Cord with Extension Chain, or Charm on a Silver Plated 18-inch Necklace Chain. If you need a Sterling Silver Necklace, please see our Chains section.

> This charm can also be converted into a Custom made Sterling Silver Dangling Star of David Charm Earring. If you need a pair of Star of David Earrings, please order 2 Single Earrings.

> This item can also be made into a Star of David Belly Ring | Navel Ring. 316L Stainless Steel - Banana Length : 3/8", 14-gauge. Gemmed ball : 8mm (color will vary) | Top Screw-on-off Ball : 5mm. Custom made Pierced Body Jewelry.

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star of david
Star of David - Shield of David - Magen Star
The Magen David (shield of David, or as it is more commonly known, the Star of David) is the symbol most commonly associated with Judaism today, but it is actually a relatively new Jewish symbol. It is supposed to represent the shape of King David's shield (or perhaps the emblem on it), but there is really no support for that claim in any early rabbinic literature. In fact, the symbol is so rare in early Jewish literature and artwork that art dealers suspect forgery if they find the symbol in early works. The symbol of intertwined equilateral triangles is a common one in the Middle East and North Africa, and is thought to bring good luck. It appears occasionally in early Jewish artwork, but never as an exclusively Jewish symbol. The nearest thing to an 'official' Jewish symbol at the time was the menorah. Today, the Magen David is a universally recognized symbol of Jewry. The Magen David gained popularity as a symbol of Judaism when it was adopted as the emblem of the Zionist movement in 1897, but the symbol continued to be controversial for many years afterward. It appears on the flag of the state of Israel, and the Israeli equivalent of the Red Cross is known as the Red Magen David.

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