Jewish Wedding Medal Gift Boxed - Bronze, Silver & Gold


A wedding anniversary may have even greater significance than a birthday. Hassidim explain that marriage represents the fulfillment of the day of birth. However, the period of married life is generally greater than that between birth and marriage and as such represents the greater part of one's life on earth. It is considered a good deed to entertain the bride and groom on their wedding day, and this takes the form of being present at their time of joy which should be accompanied with singing, dancing and with gifts. A most appropriate gift for both the bride and groom will be one which will last a life time and will serve as a reminder of their wedding day. It should also serve as a token of friendship shown by those who participate at the wedding.
 A stylized canopy, a chalice and the ketuba folio. In the center is a legend in Hebrew "Love, brotherhood, peace, and friendship." On the rim above, the English translation.

  An antique marriage ring and the legend "An Everlasting edifice, Seven Benedictions". On the rim below, the English translation.

 The State emblem and the words "State of Israel" in Hebrew and English. The silver medals have "Silver 935" in Hebrew and "Silver" in English. The gold medals have "G 585" on them. The edges of 30mm and 13mm are milled.

 All the medals with a smooth edge are numbered.

 Benzion Rotman.

Bronze : Wedding 59mm, 98g,  Bronze Medal
Silver :Wedding - 37mm, 26g Sterling Silver Medal
Gold: Wedding - 30mm, 15g, 18k Gold Medal

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