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Sterling Silver ‘Chai’ Pendant with Rhinestones

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Product Description

This stunning sterling silver pendant is embossed with the most delicate of rhinestones straight from the Land of Israel. Within the pendant are 4 small Star-of-David-sized holes, reminding the wearer that just as “Chai” (khai) ensures a long life, so too the shield of God protects from any harm. The pendant was made with love by Israel’s finest artisans for anyone who yearns to keep its message close in mind and heart.
Dimensions: 1.9cm x 1.5
Weight: 2.40g
Materials: .925 Sterling Silver

About the Artist
With over 15 years of experience in the jewelry industry, two brothers with a passion for infusing traditional Jewish designs into the finest silver jewelry founded Aharoni Jewelry in 2005. The team of artisans that make up the Aharoni team are a dedicated group who work night and day, always creating new and unique designs to bring to the world. Aharoni prides itself for masterful artistry, standards of professional excellence and jewelry of outstanding quality.

In the Bible

And I will put My spirit in you and ye shall live and I will place you in your own land; and ye shall know that I Hashem have spoken and performed it saith Hashem.
--EZEKIEL 37:14

The Hebrew word Chai (khai) means "alive" or a "long life". To live is only part of the gift bestowed upon humanity by God; it is each and every person's responsibility to ensure his or her life is filled to the brim with meaning and purpose, constantly striving to reach their full potential. When each of the two Hebrew letters in the word is assigned a numerical value, Chai is equivalent to 18. It's for this reason that many Jews will often contribute to charity in multiples of 18. This stunning pendant will encourage you to remember the precious gift of life that God has bestowed upon you.

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