Throughout history, wearing a wedding ring was a sign of the commitment ‘you’
are making to your partner and to your marriage. The ring was and remains a
“constant sign of your own rededication and recommitment to this relationship,”
as well as a means of acknowledging this publicly.
The ring that you
wear, that was placed on your finger by your loved one on the wedding day, does
not represent your commitment to your marriage, your love for your spouse, your
faithfulness. It represents the commitment, love and faithfulness of your
partner to you. “Take this ring as a sign of my love and fidelity.” The ring is
a reminder of the promise that another has made to you and of the promise that
God has made to you both.
One beautiful tradition says that a Jewish
wedding band should be simple and unbroken. A smooth ring portends an untroubled
life, and the continuity of the Jewish wedding rings represents the hope for an
Need a gift that everyone will love? Try an initial letter necklace set with full cut diamonds and set in sterling silver. Super cute, these initials won’t overpower the neckline, and look terrific layered with other chains.
Suggested gift giving ideas: birthdays, baby showers, bridesmaid, hostess, bat mitzvah, valentine’s day, teacher gifts, graduations, baby naming, thank you, etc.
Any age, any reason….all the more reason to purchase and give the perfect gift!
We checked the statistics, and according to Brides Magazine, the US Census Bureau and other sources, June is still the month of choice for weddings in theUS. To this we say, “Mazel tov!”.
Typically, the bridal jewelry is a family heirloom or a really significant investment piece. This isn’t just a Jewish thing, by the way. When we travel and shop the world for our company, we’ve stood breathless in the presence of traditional Indian wedding jewelry sets (collar, bracelets, earrings, head-piece), for example, ornately rendered in 22 karat yellow gold, and swaying with ruby-drops. Now, THAT’s a fashion statement!
August, September and October also are popular months for stepping beneath the chuppa, tie the knot, jump the broom—choose your metaphor. Our collection includes many items which are ideal for the maid or matron of honor, bridesmaids, flower-girls, ring-bearer and groomsman. But the real hit this season for the bridal party is our new “Looking For…” series of “message” bracelets, ideal for the bridesmaid who is still on the matrimonial market!
These sterling silver chain accessories are sleek, modern, “ID”-style bracelets with a message-plate inscribed with the lady’s priority. The nameplate may read, “Looking for (Jewish) guy”, “Looking for (Smart) guy”, “Looking for (Nice) guy”, etc. The specific adjective of choice is set in gold-wash in the sterling plaque area.
What we love most about
these is that each word is accented by a cute little icon. For instance, “Jewish” is accented with a small Star of David. “Smart” is accented by a tiny illuminated light-bulb, for bright ideas. “Rich” (yes, we call this our “gold-digger bracelet!) is accented by a glittering bit of prong-set bling! And so on. We have a Christian version too, set with a small cross.
And, we offer an equivalent for the guy who’s still looking—his version has the same basic message-plate designs, reading “Looking for a (Rich) Girl”, etc., set on a manly leather band.
Looking for a Rich Guy
Looking for a Smart Guy Bracelet
So, let’s say you want it all in one package, and who doesn’t? Nice, smart, rich, etc.? It may take more than a bracelet to get it. But start by asking for exactly what you want.