Red string of fate bendel bracelets are worn for protection.
The star of David, or Jewish star, on this bracelet, is a symbol of the Jewish faith.
When the red string does come out, legend has it that you were protected from something harmful.
- Sterling silver charm cable bracelet
- A description card is included with the purchase that tells about the legend of the protective red string bendel bracelet.
- Bracelet Length: 7"
- Charm Size: 1/2"
Jewelry is delicate and should be cared for accordingly. To extend the life of your jewelry, please follow these care instructions.
- Take off your jewelry before your daily rituals such as -- showering, applying lotion, and perfume, exercising, washing dishes, etc.
- Before bedtime, lay your jewelry out flat on a fabric surface to avoid tangling and/or scratching.
- To clean your jewelry, use a soft toothbrush with dish soap and gently scrub the metal and stones. We do not suggest an ultrasonic cleaner.
- Use the cleaning cloth provided.
- Do not clean any semi-precious gemstones or pearls with chemicals, abrasives, or solvents.
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I have bought several of these bracelets for myself and as gifts. Everyone loves these bracelets and always ask where I purchased them. I tell them about his wonderful family run company that sells quality items and has excellent customer service.
I was given a very simple bendel over a year ago when I was diagnosed a third time with cancer and was preparing for my first of two 96 hours of continuous chemo therapies. Besides my wedding rings it was the only piece of jewelry I wore through my many hospital stays. At some point a few months ago I noticed the red thread was disappearing and my friend, the woman who gave it to me, told me that that was an indication that I was getting better. Fact or fiction I'm not sure but decided I would take no chances and ordered the one with the Star of David as although my name does not reflect it, I am Jewish. I have subsequently learned that my PET scan is clear and that, for the present at least, my cancer is in remission and today marks my first re-birthday (my stem cell transplant was on October 15, 2015). So...I was very anxious to receive my new bendel.