Designed as an ancient coin, this extraordinary pendant is made of silver and 14 K gold and set with diamonds. The pendant is engraved with two famous blessings in Jewish tradition.
The first engravement is Eshet Chayil (Woman of Valor). The song Eshet Chayil is traditionally sung to the woman during Shabbat dinner. The Song praises the woman for her virtues: "A woman of valour who can find? for her price is far above rubies"( Proverbs 31:10). Today, woman of Valor or Eshet Chayil has become a second name for an able and hard-working woman.
The second is a verse from Birkat HaKohanim : "The Lord make His face to shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee"(Book of Numbers, 6). The blessing was recited to Moses on the day when he had finished setting up the sacred tabernacle in the middle of the Israelite camp in the Sinai desert.
The mystical power of the blessing derives from pronouncing the explicit name of God which is believed to bring the abundance of God's kingdom upon the people of Israel.
The Priestly blessing is believed to be a virtue for divine protection, safeguard, blessing and abundance.
This unique amulet is wonderful gift for a Jewish woman.