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Hamsa and Star of David Pendants, Braided leather String Bracelet
This basic yet popular Kabbalah bracelet with lucky charm Hamsa and Star of David pendants is made from colored leather strings braided into a single rope bracelet and comes in either goldplate or silver plated versions. Created by Mizze Jewelers, this piece of kabbalah jewelry is part of their Lucky Charms line.
Protection, blessing for good fortune and spirituality are powerful forces in Kabbalah tradition - these are symbolized by the open Hamsa hand and delicate Star of David pendant and the lucky red string bracelet itself. Red String Kabbalah bracelets are traditionally made from silk or cotton, but this version by Israeli Jewelry designer Mizze Jewelers is made from treated leather strings that are braided into a single rope bracelet whose ends are finished with either a Sterling silver or 24k Gold plate clasp.
Kabbalah Jewelry and many turquoise jewelry pieces are thought to contain special powers to ward off the evil eye and bring good fortune to their wearers.The small hanging Kabbalah pendant charms on this string bracelete include an open Hamsa hand and a Magen David charm. Both lucky charms are made from either Sterling silverplate or 14k goldplate to coordinate with any outfit. Aside from the lucky red string version, this simple yet powerful Hamsa bracelet can be ordered in Black,Gold, Purpler or Turquoise leather versions.
Standard bracelet length is 7 inches, but you can order a longer 8 inch version or a child size smaller 6 inch version.
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 Kabbalah jewelry designs, we provide the opportunity to connect with the ancient powers of Jewish mysticism.