Star of David Jerusalem Cross Pendant Necklace in Sterling Silver
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We have a 30-day return policy. If you are not totally satisfied with your purchase you can send your jewelry back for a full refund within 30 days of receipt. Items sent back outside the return period will not qualify for refunds.
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- Any items or orders that have minor adjustments and/or alterations will be charged a 20% restocking fee, which will be deducted on the refund amount.
The Star of David
The Star of David, also know as the Magan David (Shield of David), has been a symbol associated with Judaism for centuries. A stone bearing the Star of David in a synagogue
in the Galilee dates back to the 3rd century. It is believed to have been used as a decorative design.A Star of David was used in the year 1108 in the Leningrad Codex, which is the
oldest complete edition of the Hebrew Bible in existence. The term, Magan David,was used as early as the 11th century as a name for the God of Israel, where God is compared to
a shield in the divine protection of King David. citation
The Jerusalem cross is believed to represent several things. Historians note that the four crosses surrounding the large center cross represent the four Gospels of Matthew, Mark,
Luke, and John. The four crosses also are believed to represent the four corners of the earth, in which Jesus desired His word to be proclaimed by His disciples. The large cross
symbolizes Christ. Other historians believe that the five crosses together symbolize the five wounds Jesus suffered on the cross. The four small crosses represent the four wounds
of Jesus’ hands and feet, while the large cross signifies Jesus’ pierced heart. citation
With a elegant style, this pendant was delicately handcrafted to perfection by our specialist jewelers with more than 35 years of experience. This designer piece, bringing
modern fashion to a whole new level, was made with intricate detail.. With all that elegance it is no wonder this piece has become such a popular fashion statement! With
an atmosphere of brilliance, this piece was made with pure .925 silver and topped off with a glossy high polish finish. Combine this piece with your own unique style!
Metal: Sterling Silver
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