Pendants and necklaces

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Sterling silver 925 Star of David pendant made with multi-colored Swarovski crystals with a dove in the middle, made in Israel

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Hand made olive wood cross with a thread necklace

Height: 1.4 in.

Made in Bethlehem

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Sterling silver 925 Jerusalem cross necklace charm with a blue opal stone (7.7 grams) in the center

Solid blue opal star of David pendant made of sterling silver 925

Made in Israel

Includes a free silver chain

Before the Roman period, glass was very valuable and very scarce.  Glass was even more valuable than Gold during the Hellenistic period.  These glass vessels were made in a sand core mold and were limited to only very small vessels. Around the beginning of the first century, however, the Romans developed a technique of glass blowing, which allowed the creation of many new designs and shapes, and led to the widespread use of glass in the entire Roman Empire. This piece of glass comes from a first century Roman glass vessel which was used in daily life during the time of Jesus. Many of these pieces originate from broken tear bottles which were used to collect the tears of a person to remember times of repentance or morning. This small, broken piece of glass is an authentic part of New Testament history and the traditions of Jesus’ time.

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Roman Glass Flower Pendant

Authentic Roman glass in a sterling silver 925 frame – Flower design

Glass discovered in Israel

Frame hand crafted on a kibbutz in Israel

Silver chain included

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Silver Necklace With Roman Glass 

 

Authentic Roman glass in a sterling silver 925 frame – square design

Glass discovered in Israel

Frame hand crafted on a kibbutz in Israel

Silver chain included

Authentic Roman glass in a sterling silver 925 frame – Tear drop design

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Sterling silver 925 Jerusalem Cross

Height: 1 inch

Made in Israel

A great inexpensive gift to remember Jerusalem!

Small silver 925  Jerusalem cross as a pendant

Hand Made In Israel

Height: 1 inch

A great gift as a reminder of Jerusalem!