Haari Jewelry

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HaAri Kabbalah Jewelry

Recent years have seen a tremendous upsurge of interest in Kabbalah – Jewish mysticism. Nowhere has this found more eloquent expression than in the field of jewelry. Many thousands of men and women have found fulfillment and inner tranquility through wearing jewelry engraved with Kabbalah words and symbols. Since the jewelry is worn on the body, these amulets accompany the wearer wherever he goes, bringing comfort, security and a sense of well-being.

Leader in the Field of Kabbalah Jewelry

A leader in the field of Kabbalah jewelry is HA’ARI. In keeping with the rules of Kabbalah purity, HA’ARI’s jewelry items are created on special dates and specified hallowed times of the day. Only pure silver, gold or one of the five kabbalah metals is used. HA’ARI is firmly committed to spreading the message of Kabbalah so that as many people as possible can benefit from its spiritual keys and inner energy. HA'ARI's unique pieces of jewelry are hand-made of quality silver and/or gold. His jewelry is breathtakingly beautiful - pendants, bracelets, rings and necklaces – all engraved with Kabbalah inspired motifs.

HaAri’s Best-selling Pieces of Jewelry

Among his best-selling masterpieces is the 72 names of G-d Wheel Pendant. Fusing together five distinct metals -gold, silver, copper, tin and lead- (according to the Kabbalistic principle), this pendant features G-d’s 72 Holy Names engraved around a Star of David and a Chrysoberyl gem. Positive energies and success are drawn to the necklace’s wearer through the Kabbalistic formula contained within it. HA’ARI’s Shema Israel necklaces, in vastly differing styles, shapes and sizes, are also beloved Kabbalistic wearable works of art that helps bounty salvation flow to the wearer from on high. The expressive and dynamic energies brimming from the Ana BeKoa’ach and Ben Porat jewelry is impossible to describe.

Canaan Online is making these precious items available to as wide a public as possible with the hope that they will indeed be a virtue for blessing and protection.

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