The design of most of these pieces come from amazing concepts that are found in the Jewish festivals. Some of them flow out of New Testament Jewish concepts found in the Messiah Yeshua.  Each beautiful design is available in sterling silver and 14k gold (call for gold prices). They are © copyright and are approximately 1 1/4 inches across. Prices are for Sterling Silver and are subject to change with market fluctuation.

 

 

I AM THE VINE……….$50.00

Be a part of Israel and of Yeshua with this rugged beautiful design illustrating, “The vineyard of the Lord is the house of Israel.” (Isaiah 5) and the words of Yeshua, “I am the true vine, my Father is the vinedresser.”



PEACE FOR ISRAEL….$45.00

This elegant, modern Magen David is formed from the dove of peace, and the word “Israel ” in Hebrew above and below the dove. It is a prayer for peace for the land and people of Israel.




THE HARVEST………….$65.00

Hosea 6:1 says, “Judah, there is a harvest appointed for you, when I restore her fortunes.” The shofar (ram’s horn) is blown and the harvest is gathered in at the end of the year. This is a picture of the resurrection when God gathers in His harvest.




SHUVAH………………….$45.00

“Return (shuvah) Israel to the Lord your God.” (Hosea 14:1). The word shuvah is cut out below the prophet who calls out for Israel to return to God in this interesting soft star.



YAVOH……………………$45.00

Yavoh means, “he comes”, or “he is coming”.  An old man blows the shofar to announce the coming of the Messiah and the beginning of the Day of the Lord on Rosh ha Shana the Feast of Trumpets.

 

 

ECHAD……………………$45.00

Echad means “one”.  A King and Queen stand together at their marriage in this piece which illustrates the heavenly marriage between God and Israel at Rosh ha Shana, or the feast of Trumpets.

 

 

SOS ASSIS………………..$50.00

This piece from Isaiah 61:10 joyously proclaims, “I will rejoice with joy (sos assis) in the Lord…He clothed me with garments of Salvation (Yeshua).” A woman happily dances behind the Hebrew.

 

 

GILI ME’OD……………….$50.00

This cool, angular piece from Zechariah 9:9 means, “rejoice greatly”. A man dances fearlessly before God like King David did.  This is what Zechariah prophesied Israel as a nation will do when they meet their King.

 

 

RUACH …………………….$45.00

Spirit, breath and wind are all the same word in Hebrew: ruach. “Blowing toward the south and turning to the north, the wind swirls along on its circular course.” (Ecclesiastes 1:6) This describes the Jewish calendar cycle that all of those who are born of the Spirit follow. (John 3)

 

 

RUACH 2……………………$60.00

This piece shows the menorah, or lampstand as the blossoming almond tree (Exodus 25). Almond in Hebrew is sha-ked which means, “to awaken or quicken”. The oil in the lampstand is a picture of the Spirit of God (or 7 spirits as seen in Isaiah 11) that awakens us and gives us life.

 

 

ETERNITY STAR…………$45.00

Encircling this elegant piece are the words hayah – hovei – yavoh which means, “who was, who is, who is to come.”  (Revelation 4:8)   The  fire in the center looks like God’s Spirit in the form of a dove.

 

 

SEPHARDIC YESHUA….$135.00    without diamonds…$80.00

This gorgeous delicate filigree piece proclaiming salvation is based on a design found in ancient Spanish synagogues. The outer rim and Yeshua in the center are gold plated. With or without six .1 point diamonds.

 

 

MERCY AND TRUTH…….$65.00

This strong design illustrates Proverbs 3:3 “Bind mercy (chesed) and truth (emet) to the tablets of your heart…” Mercy can be ineffective and truth can be brutal, so the two are often linked in the Bible for balance.


 

SEALED………………………$55.00

God’s Spirit in the form of a finger of fire, engraves names in the Book (scroll) of Life. We are “sealed to the Day of redemption” (Ephesians 4:30) by the Spirit of God in the “Lamb’s book of Life” when our spirit comes to life through Yeshua.

 

OR HA OLAM…………………$60.00

Or ha olam means “light of the world, or “everlasting light”. A braided Havdalah candle rises into the dark. Havdalah means separation, and the design is separated in half: light and dark. God’s light to the darkened world was to be His people, Israel.  While in the Temple, Yeshua cried out that he was the everlasting light as well. (John 8:12)