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ESTATE LARGE 14KT YELLOW GOLD STAR OF DAVID / MAGEN DAVID & CHAI PENDANT #ELV50

"star of david" in Vintage & Antique Jewellery, Jewellery & Watches

Vintage Pair of Judaica Silver Mezuzah and Gold Star of David Charms

Vintage Pair of Judaica Silver Mezuzah and Gold Chai in Star of David Charm

Vintage Pair of Judaica Silver Mezuzah and Gold Star of David Charms

14K YELLOW GOLD  VINTAGE  STAR OF DAVID WITH ENAMELED  TABLETS PENDANT

"star of david" in Vintage & Antique Jewellery, Jewellery & Watches

14k Gold & Sapphire Torah, Menorah, Star of David Pendant Judaica Jewelry

Gold & Sapphire Torah, Menorah, Star of Davd Pendant Judaica Hanukkah Gift in Jewelry & Watches, Vintage & Antique Jewelry, Fine

14kYELLOW GOLD VINTAGE  FILLIGREE HANUKKAH MENORAH  CHARM PENDANT 5.gr

This is a beautiful Judaism filigree Hanukkah menorah charm .

14th century gold "Jewish wedding ring shaped like a hexagonal building – symbolising both the marital home and the Temple of Jerusalem – with gothic arches, gables and a pyramidal roof on which is inscribed mazel tov (good wishes).... [Discovered in Erfurt, Germany, it was] most likely buried by Jews in fear of their lives during the Black Death when gentiles blamed them for causing the plague....1000 Erfurt Jews were slaughtered in one day in March 1349." thehistoryblog.com

The History of Jewish Wedding Rings

century gold "Jewish wedding ring shaped like a hexagonal building – symbolising both the marital home and the Temple of Jerusalem – with gothic arches, gables and a pyramidal roof on which is inscribed mazel tov

Star of David Pendant with Cutout 3D Design in 14k Yellow Gold

Star of David Pendant with Cutout Design in Yellow Gold

JUDAICA ANTIQUE BLACK ONYX GENUINE DIAMONDS MENORAH 14K GOLD BROOCH PENDANT PIN

Judaica antique black onyx genuine diamonds menorah 14k gold brooch pendant pin

Gold Brooches, Menorah, Black Onyx

A LARGE SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKER. St. Petersburg, 1865.

A LARGE SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKER. St. Petersburg, 1865.

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