This necklace is a replica of the coins that were annually gifted in the Temple to cover the costs of public sacrifices. On one side of the coin, artisans have designed a branch with three pomegranates and an inscription in ancient Hebrew, “Holy Jerusalem” to emulate the coins found in the archeological excavations conducted in the City of David and its surrounding areas. The coin dates to the end of the First Temple period and was found during the sifting of archaeological rubble that originated from the Temple Mount.
About the Artist
City of David products seek to promote the beautiful and historic elements of one of the oldest cities in the world. In connection with the preserved city and the excavation projects, The City of David Store offers replicas of archeological findings, giving customers the thrilling chance to take home a piece of history. Their products bring Biblical figures to life and echo with the true ancient ring of the days of old.