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Star Of David Hebrew Word Life Jerusalem Stone Pendant

$92.00 $80.96

This unique pendant is made of natural authentic Jerusalem stone and 925 silver, curved with the Hebrew word “חי” inside Star Of David.

The Chai symbol can be worn by Jews as a medallion around the neck, similarly to other Jewish symbols, such as the Star of David and the Hamsa.

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All of our Jerusalem Stone jewelry are handmade and inlaid with natural, hand-polished genuine Jerusalem Stone, therefor actual products may slightly differ from its photo.

Free 925 silver 45cm chain included with every pendant !

Free shipping and gift box are included !

Product Specifications

Material

925 sterling silver

Stone

Natural Jerusalem stone

Silversmith's work

Handmade

Available Diameters

Extra Large – 22mm (0.86 Inch), Large- 19mm (0.63 Inch), Medium- 16mm (0.47 Inch)

Weight

Extar Large: 5.2 gr, Large: 3.8 gr, Medium: 2.7 gr

Warranty

1 year full warranty

Free Additions

925 silver 45cm chain, Free shipping, gift box

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According to The Jewish Daily Forward, its use as an amulet originates in 18th century Eastern Europe.

Chai as a symbol goes back to medieval Spain. Letters as symbols in Jewish culture go back to the earliest Jewish roots, the Talmud states that the world was created from Hebrew letters which form verses of the Torah. In medieval Kabbalah, Chai is the lowest (closest to the physical plane) emanation of God.

According to 16th century Greek rabbi Shlomo Hacohen Soloniki, in his commentary on the Zohar, Chai as a symbol has its linkage in the Kabbalah texts to God’s attribute of ‘Ratzon’, or motivation, will, muse.

The Jewish commentaries give an especially long treatment to certain verses in the Torah with the word as their central theme. Three examples are Leviticus 18:5 וָחַי בָּהֶם‬ ‘Chai Bahem’, ‘and you shall live by [this faith]’ (as opposed to just doing it), this is part of the section dealing with the legacy of Moses Our Teacher following his death. Deuteronomy 30:15 רְאֵה נָתַתִּי לְפָנֶיךָ הַיּוֹם, אֶת-הַחַיִּים וְאֶת-הַטּוֹב, וְאֶת-הַמָּוֶת, וְאֶת-הָרָע. ‬ “Verily, I have set before thee this day life and good, and death and evil, in that I command thee this day to love the LORD thy God, to walk in His ways, and to keep His commandments and His statutes and His ordinances; then thou shalt live.” There is nary an ancient Jewish commentator who does not comment on that verse. The Shema prayer as well speaks of the importance of Chai, to live and walk in the Jewish cultural lifestyle.

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