This exquisite gold leather bracelet is not only a beautiful piece of jewelry but also serves as a talisman for protection. 

The verse in Hebrew reads:
"The LORD is our G-d; the LORD is one Blessed be the name of His glorious kingdom forever and ever."

Featuring a Hebrew engraving of the Shema Israel, this bracelet is a powerful reminder of the one and only G-d. This verse, spoken by Moses in his final sermon to the Israelites, is a call to acknowledge the divinity and walk in the path of light.

Crafted from high-quality materials, the gold leather band is complemented by a scrolled charm with a Hebrew engraving. 
Moreover, you can personalize the charm by engraving up to 70 characters.

This bracelet makes a beautiful and meaningful gift for anyone seeking spiritual guidance and protection. 
Wear it as a daily reminder of the divine, and let it guide and protect you on your journey through life.

~ Metal Type: Gold-filled.
~ 1.6" (4 mm) leather.
~ Scrolled charm sizes: 0.27"x0.95" (7 x 24mm).

Each of my pieces comes packaged in a decorative box and a card that explains the meaning of what is engraved on the jewelry.
139 $
* Instead of the Hebrew engraving, you can choose your own inscription - up to 70 characters
Shipments from Israel to all over the world
Collections Women's Jewelry, Men's Jewelry, Personalized engraving, Judaica Jewelry, Protection and Success, Bar Mitzvah Gifts,
Catalog Number CDV-7327
Material Gold-filled, Leather,
Type of gems

The verse "Hear, O Israel: the LORD our God, the LORD is one" is found in the Torah in Deuteronomy 6:4. It is called the Shema Yisrael and is one of the most important Jewish prayers.

The Shema is recited twice daily in the morning and evening prayers and during some other Jewish prayers and rituals.
It is considered adeclaration of faith and a reminder of the fundamental belief in one God.

The prayer is also a call to action, as it instructs the Jewish people to love God with all their heart, soul, and might and to teach His commandments to their children.

In addition to its importance in prayer and worship, the Shema is also recited by Jewish people in times of distress or danger to affirm their faith and seek God's protection.