This stunning chain bracelet is beautiful and versatile, making it the perfect gift for yourself or a loved one.
It comes in two options: a silver bracelet or a trinity of gold and silver intertwined.

The silver bracelet features the Priestly Blessing for women, with the option to personalize it with a first name at the beginning.

The prayer in Hebrew reads:
"May you be like Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel, and Leah. May God bless you and guard you. May God show you a favor and be gracious to you. May God show you kindness and grant you peace."

I have engraved the traveler's prayer for the gold and silver combination bracelet.
The prayer reads,
"May it be Your will, G‑d, our G‑d, and the G‑d of our fathers, that You should lead us in peace and direct our steps in peace, and guide us in peace, and support us in peace, and cause us to reach our destination in life, joy, and peace."

Whether worn alone or layered with other bracelets, it's sure to become a cherished accessory that will be treasured for years to come. The adjustable size makes it easy to wear and comfortable for any wrist size.
- Metal Type: 925 Sterling Silver.
- The charm is 14K solid gold (in the gold and silver combination).
- Chain width approx: 0.04" (1 mm).
- Scrolled charm size approx: 0.2" x 0.79" (5 x 20 mm).
⚠️ Note! This bracelet is adjustable. However, wearing the bracelet is only possible by inserting it through the wrist (see Photo), so it is only suitable for small or medium hands.
It's better to take an adjustable bracelet if it's a gift.

Each piece arrives packaged in a decorative box and card explaining the origin of the engravement.
on your jewelry piece(s).

89 $
* Instead of the Hebrew engraving, you can choose your own inscription - up to 100 characters
Shipments from Israel to all over the world
Collections Women's Jewelry, Judaica Jewelry, Protection and Success, Bat Mitzvah Gifts,
Catalog Number CDV-8395
Material 925 Sterling , 14 Karat gold,
Warranty 12 Months
Type of gems

The Priestly Blessing
The most ancient biblical text ever found.
The priests reach their hands out over those in attendance and thus convey the abundance and blessing from the creator upon them.

The Priestly Blessing for Girls
The "Yeshimach Elohim Kosher, Rebekah, Rachel, and Leah" prayer is an ancient Jewish blessing traditionally recited to bless children on Shabbat nights.
It is an age-old custom that has been passed down through generations, with the special blessing for girls being mentioned for the first time only in the late 17th century.

The Traveler's Prayer, also known as the Wayfarer's Prayer or Tefilat Haderech in Hebrew, has a long history and is believed to have originated from the Talmudic sages who would recite it when setting out on a journey. This prayer is a common tradition in many cultures and religions. It is often repeated to ask for divine protection and guidance during travel and to express gratitude for a safe return.

While the wording and timing of the prayer may vary depending on the specific tradition, it is customary to recite the Traveler's Prayer when embarking on a long journey, regardless of the mode of transport. Some believe it should be recited before leaving, while others believe it should be recited after leaving the city borders.

Setting out on a journey can involve more than physically leaving for a particular route. It can also be seen as a symbolic journey that involves leaving behind one's familiar surroundings and stepping into the unknown. In this sense, the Traveler's Prayer can serve as a way to seek divine guidance and protection for the entire journey, both physically and spiritually.

As a symbol of this tradition, Jewish jewelry often features the Traveler's Prayer as a pendant or charm. Wearing such jewelry can serve as a personal reminder to recite the prayer and seek protection during travels while also honoring this ancient prayer's rich history and tradition.