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  • Braided Leather Red String Bracelet with Gold Kabbalah pendant
    Braided Leather Red String Bracelet with Gold Kabbalah pendant
  • Braided Leather Red String Kabbalah Bracelet with Samech Alef Lamed Pendant
    Braided Leather Red String Kabbalah Bracelet with Samech Alef Lamed Pendant
  • Braided Leather Red String Kabbalah Bracelet with Samech Alef Lamed Pendant
    Braided Leather Red String Kabbalah Bracelet with Samech Alef Lamed Pendant

Braided Leather Red String Kabbalah Bracelet with Samech Alef Lamed Pendant

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Braided leather rope bracelet offers protection, prosperity or healing powers to the one wearing it. Israeli Jewellry designer Mizze Jewelers created this string bracelet as part of their extensive line of Kabbalah jewelry. Hanging Kabbalah pendant comes in one of three powerful Kabbalistic Acronyms of G-d names and is engraved on either a silver or gold plated ornament.

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MSRP: $44.95
Sale price: $24.95

This powerful Kabbalah bracelet is made of braided leathear created by Mizze Jewelley as a variation of a red string bracelet. This piece of Kabbalah jewellry is available with one of three Kabbalah pendant charms in either Sterling Silver or 14k Gold plate.
Kabbalah tradition say that G-d's has 72 Names with each holding various powers when used. These amulets are designed as raised carved ancronyms on disks made of antique looking sterling silver or shiny goldplate. 

  • AL"D Alef Lamed Dalet (Ana Lamedni Dat'cha - Lit. Please teach me Your ways) that is worn as a guardian and protector from the evil eye and bad luck.
  • MH"S, (MeOlam Hu Shimecha -Lit. Forever is Your Name) is worn to promote healing of the body and soul, good health and as protection against physical or spiritual pain
  • SA"L Samech Alef Lamed (Seter Atta Li -Lit. You are Hidden from Me) for prosperity, good fortune and wealth.

Standard bracelet size is 7inches, but a larger 8 incher version and a smaller 6 inch child size version are also available. This Kabbalah red string bracelet is available in the following leather rope colors: Black, Camel and Red string.

 

Israeli jewelry designer Mizze has designed a whole line of "Lucky Charm" Kabbabah Jewellry pieces. Kabbalah Jewelry and Amulets are known for their abilities to bring protection, success, good luck, security, wealth, and health to their wearers. Each piece has its own unique mystical powers and special meaning, allowing you to select the one that best meets the needs of the wearer.

Kabbalah Jewelry and Amulets make excellent gifts for friends and family. When selecting the Kabbalah symbol that addresses the unique needs of a friend or loved one, you are showing them that you really care about their well being with this thoughtful gift.

The literal translation of the term Kabbalah is 'receiving.' This refers to receiving the hidden mystical truths behind Jewish thinking and Jewish Traditions.

 

According to Kabbalistic tradition, knowledge of Kabbalah was transmitted orally by the Patriarchs and sages. Initially Kabbalah was widely studied by pious Jews who wished to understand the mystical aspects of the connection between man and God. Eventually the sages feared that the secrets of Jewish Mysticism may fall into the wrong hands during foreign conquests or may be misinterpreted by unknowledgeable students. It was therefore decided to reserve the study of Kabbalah to pious and knowledgeable students over the age of 40.

This has been the case for over 2000 years until recently when a renewed interest suddenly appeared. Now Kabbalah is being studied by many people all over the world including famous celebrities. Jewish mysticism has begun to attract the attention of the masses as they search for hidden wisdom and meaning in turbulent times. With these unique jewelry designs, we provide the opportunity to connect with the ancient powers of Jewish mysticism.