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All Items : New Century : Jewelry : Pendants : Contemporary item #1300508 (stock #3126)
Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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Handmade Contemporary Pomegranate Silver / Gold Filled Necklace and Garnet representing Pomegranate seeds. Hebrew writing "I AM MY BELOVED AND MY BELOVED IS MINE." 1 1/8" high x 7/8" diameter, and in excellent condition. Pomegranates were known in Ancient Israel as the fruits which the scouts brought to Moses to demonstrate the fertility of the "Promised Land". It is traditional to consume pomegranates on Rosh Hashana because, with its numerous seeds, it symbolizes fruitfulness...
All Items : New Century : Jewelry : Pendants : Contemporary item #1300529 (stock #3134)
Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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Handmade Ahava Sterling Silver Pendant. 1/2" x 1/2" In Hebrew the word for love is “Ahava.” Because Hebrew is a holy language, the structure of the word, down to each letter serves to define its essence. The root of Ahava is Hava, which literally means to offer or to give. It also shares a root with the word, Ahav, which means to nurture, or to devote completely to another. So the essence of the Hebrew word Ahava (love) is not an emotion, it’s an action...
All Items : New Century : Jewelry : Pendants : Contemporary item #1300507 (stock #3125)
Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
SOLD
Handmade Contemporary Pomegranate Gold Filled Necklace and Garnet representing Pomegranate seeds. 1 1/8" high x 7/8" diameter, and in excellent condition. Pomegranates were known in Ancient Israel as the fruits which the scouts brought to Moses to demonstrate the fertility of the "Promised Land". It is traditional to consume pomegranates on Rosh Hashana because, with its numerous seeds, it symbolizes fruitfulness...
All Items : New Century : Jewelry : Pendants : Contemporary item #1300526 (stock #3133)
Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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handmade Ahava Sterling Silver Pendant with Cubic Zirconia. 1/2" x 1/2" In Hebrew the word for love is “Ahava.” Because Hebrew is a holy language, the structure of the word, down to each letter serves to define its essence. The root of Ahava is Hava, which literally means to offer or to give. It also shares a root with the word, Ahav, which means to nurture, or to devote completely to another. So the essence of the Hebrew word Ahava (love) is not an emotion, it’s an action...