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Star of David Necklace by HaAri Jewish Jewelry
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Star of David Necklace by Ester Shahaf
List Price:$69.00
Price:$59.00
Shema Yisrael Star of David Necklace- Silver
List Price:$115.00
Price:$99.00
Star of David jewelry with Shema Yisrael Prayer
List Price:$175.00
Price:$139.00
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Star of David Pendant
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Star of David Necklace by Ester Shahaf
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Price:$59.00
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Star of David Necklace by Ester Shahaf
List Price:$69.00
Price:$59.00
Star of David Necklace Againt The Evil Eye
List Price:$69.00
Price:$59.00
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Pink Star of David Jewish Necklace
List Price:$69.00
Price:$59.00
'Luck' Star of David Pendant
List Price:$69.00
Price:$59.00
Star of David Pendant
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Price:$59.00
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Oriental Star of David Necklace
List Price:$69.00
Price:$59.00
Baby-blue Star of David Necklace
List Price:$69.00
Price:$59.00
   
 

Star of David jewelry

Star of David Jewelry is a beautiful way of expressing one's faith and connection of the land of Israel. In the last few centuries, the Star of David has become the most recognizable symbol of Judaism and since the establishment of the State of Israel, when it was chosen to decorate the national flag; it has also become the sign of Zionism, of the return of the Jewish people to their homeland after over two-thousand years of exile. Star of David Jewelry is an appropriate gift for so many occasions; Bar Mitzvahs, Bat Mitzvahs, anniversaries and even just to show your love for someone else. All of our Star of David pendants are handmade by Israeli designers, using a variety of materials and incorporating a variety of styles, resulting in a wide choice from which you are sure to find the Star of David to match your taste.


The Star of David is probably the most widely-recognized symbol of Jewish identity and nationalism today. It can be found on Jewish public buildings in Jewish communities all over the world, is a popular piece of Jewish Jewelry and also adorns the flag of the State of Israel. The Star of David is also known by its Hebrew name, Magen David.

Star of David Jewelry is viewed by wearers as an opportunity to show identification with the global Jewish community, as well as the State of Israel. In recent decades, the symbol of the Star of David has been intensively explored by Judaica artists who have recreated this motif time and time again in their own unique ways. The Star of David seems to be a symbol that the consumers, be they Jewish or not, fashion lovers, traditionalists, believers and non-believers alike, never get tired of.

The Hebrew name for the Star of David, as mentioned above, is Magen David. The literal translation of the Hebrew name is actually Shield of David and not Star of David. Some believe that the Magen David featured on the shields of King David's' warriors, although there is no solid evidence for this. The hexagram shape has been understood by different peoples over the years to symbolize divine protection. Therefore, those who claim that the shape is associated with King David, argue that it is only fitting that the great warrior of Israel, King David, would make use of this powerful symbol. Additionally, there are those who go further and explain that the two interlocking triangles that make up the Star of David are made up of two Hebrew letters, "Dalet" that appears twice in the name of David.

What is interesting to note is that the Star of David only became popular at the end of the nineteenth century. Up until then the sign was sued in witchcraft ceremonies, considered to have mystical powers. The hexagonal shape's importance was a concept in Eastern cultures that were unrelated to Judaism.

There is a five-pointed star- similar to the Star of David- that is also often associated with the Star of David. This five-pointed symbol has been connected to a special ring owned by none other than King Solomon that was used to fight off evil spirits. This star appears quite often in Kabbalah Jewelry and is sometimes known as the "seal of Solomon."

From about the seventeenth century, the Star of David started appearing Jewish communities as a collective symbol, especially in Synagogues in Europe. At the end of the nineteenth century the symbolism of the star drastically changed when it was adopted by the Zionist movement. Since then the star has become a universal symbol in Jewish communities around the world.

There is something incredibly powerful behind the choice of the Star of David as a symbol of Jewish pride and nationalism when one considers the way it was cynically used against the Jews from the third century of the twentieth century. During the Second World War, the Nazis, may their name be wiped out, forced Jewish people to wear a yellow badge in the shape of a Star of David. After the war, Israel was established as the national homeland of the Jewish people after a hiatus of over two-thousand years. The use of the Star of David on the flag of Israel is therefore a profoundly moving statement to the world; one that says that we will never forget what we endured in these two-thousand years of exile but we will continue forward with our heads held high in our homeland.

Nowadays, it is very common to see Jewish people wearing the Star of David in a variety of ways; as rings, pendants, earrings and pins. Jewish Jewelry is often worn by people as they feel that this is a tangible way of displaying their pride in their people and their land. The Star of David is often combined with other Jewish symbols in Jewish pieces of jewelry such as the timeless Shema prayer that has accompanied the Jewish people throughout their journeys, the Hamsa Hand which is another symbol that has found its way into Judaism, fish which are considered a sign of luck in Judaism, pomegranates which symbolize fertility, and many, many more.