Can you wear a Hebrew name necklace?
Even if you don't know your Hebrew name, or can't remember your Hebrew name, you can still wear your Hebrew initial.
Can't spell in Hebrew? No need to worry about that either!
You can contact us directly and we'll help you figure out your Hebrew name initial. Just email me: email@example.com.
These Hebrew necklaces are stylish, high-end, fashion-forward designs that are both meaningful and fun to wear.
So, what is the deal with Hebrew names?
We have an entire blog post on that, you can read it here.
Basically, it is a way to honor a family member or a loved one who has passed on.
It didn't necessarily start that way, but now in the 2000's it's more a tradition than anything, passed down from generations to generations.
Again, you can read up on it here.
So, the Hebrew necklace!
How does this thing work?
It's actually simple.
You choose from three styles of paper clip chains and choose the desired length.
There is a thin, medium and heavy gauge chain and you can choose 18" all the way up to 36" in length.
After you've figured out the chain style you choose the Hebrew initial that corresponds to your name. Or your children's name, husband's name etc.
There is the option as well to add on more charms without buying the chain.
Making this the perfect modern charm necklace.
This is the medium style chain, and it comes in silver or 14k gold fill.
And this is the micro paperclip chain, also known as the thin chain.
And finally, the larger paper clip chain looks like this.
It's a beautiful collection of jewelry and you can see all of the choices on one page here.
The beauty of these pieces is that they are unique and a bit edgy.
They make wonderful gifts for bat mitzvah presents, confirmations, Hanukkah, Christmas (no, you don't have to be Jewish to wear this!), birthdays and "just because I think it is cool and want it for myself."
If you need help with spelling, let us know.
We really are just a phone call, email or facebook message away.
So, what do you think?
And let us know what your Hebrew name is!
Leave it in the comments.