Magen David: scholars have not been able to find a link between the Star of David and King David. One of the earliest known uses of the star (hexagon) is in an eighth century synagogue frieze in Capernaum (Israel). Only in the last two hundred years has the star been widely recognized as a sign of Judaism and the Jewish people. (National symbol of Israel). One of its ancient uses was as a magical Kabbalistic symbol.
The star is 14K gold surrounded by an intricate border of sterling grape-leaves and a 3 mm stone in the center. Grape-leaves: grapes are the third of the seven species, (symbolizing the fertility of the land of Israel).
|Magen David / Pendant and or Brooch||14K Yellow Gold|
|No Stone(0)||1-3/8" x 1"||SW-0/G||$600|
|Amethyst(1) or Garnet(2), 1x (3mm AA)||1-3/8" x 1"||SW-1/G||$618|
|Ruby(3) or Sapphire(4), 1x (3mm AA)||1-3/8" x 1"||SW-3/G||$650|
1x (0.07CT SI1/GH)
Diamond(5), 1x (0.10CT SI1/GH)
1-3/8" x 1"
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