A Kabbalah inspired gold coated statement ring.
Jewish statement geometric ring. Jewish Jewelry with the 72 Names Of God from the Kabbalah.
This medium-sized gold plated ring consists of two interlocking circles, much like the infinity symbol, in a modern, clean and sophisticated design.
In the Kabbalah, the names of GOD appear in 72 combinations of three letters. According to Kabbalah, these letters contain the key to strong energy channels in the universe. Each combination has its own properties and represents a connection to specific positive energy.
3 of the 72 names of God listed in the Kabbalah are embossed on one of the discs: Ald ,Sal ,and mhs (written in Hebrew letters אלד סאל מהש ).
These names mean and represent respectively: protection from evil eye, abundance, and healing
The ring is very prominent, with a meaningful and moving message for everyone who wears it.
if you are looking for a gift that is not just an adornment but has a spiritual and powerful value - this ring is perfect for you
Get this ring to the one you love, it will be cherished forever.
* Ring size: The ring is availble in sizes 7,8,9 (American Measurements) and each size can be extended a half size up.
The length of the ring is approximately 1.3 inch (3.302 cm)
The width of the ring is 0.8 inch(2.032 cm)
* Materials: 24k gold plated brass
* Packaging: Your gift-wrapped jewelry will arrive with a special explanation regarding the relevant text, both in Hebrew and English.
Care and handling :
o Do not wear it in a swimming pool, spa or at the beach
o Avoid contact with perfumes, body oils, and other chemicals, including house cleaning materials.
o Do not use chemical cleaners
o To clean and shine the jewelry, use a fine cloth. Do not use a metal polishing cloth
o We recommend that you keep the jewelry in the box in which it arrived.
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