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Eilat Stone Necklace of Kings

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Description

Maor Saadia brought together two symbols from the original monarchy of the Jewish people. A Sterling Silver star of David and a gorgeous King Solomon stone. The King Solomon Stone, also known as an Eilat stone, is the National Stone of Israel. It can be recognized by its trademarked blue and green coloring. Much like a diamond, every King Solomon stone is unique in its cut and coloring, giving each pendant a distinct look. The pendant measures 0.6″ / 1.6 cm, and you can choose from three chain lengths; 17.7″, 19.7″ or 23.6″.

About the Artist
Rafael Jewelers is a 5th generation artisan jeweler, with quite an impressive family history. It is run by Rafael Saadia and his son Maor, from their Jerusalem studio. Rafael is a Jew of Yemenite descent. His ancestors were appointed to be the personal jewelers for Yemen’s royal family. Rafael uses the ancient art of filigree – patterned work of fine gold and silver wires formed into delicate designs, together with modern styles and designs.

In the Bible

And King Solomon made a navy of ships in Eziongeber, which is beside Eloth, on the shore of the Red sea
--KINGS 1 9:26

After King David conquered the city of Eilat, known as Eloth in the Bible, his son King Solomon turned it into an industrial city by digging mines and building a port. It's in these mines that the King Solomon stone, also known as the Eilat Stone, was discovered.

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  1. The saddest day in the history of humanity

    Anne-Marie Dheere

    No one and nobody in their right mind should ever ignore the horrors and atrocities committed against a nation and a people. #AMISRAELCHAI

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    Robin Rosenblatt

    I think, I need to start wearing one now.

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