Ancient Hebrew lettering, with which the Shiloah Inscription was written. Dates to the end of the 8th century BCE.

Distinctively designed Bar Mitzva gifts from Ancient Jerusalem. A variety of items in honor of the meaningful event, straight from the holy city of Jerusalem.

Looking for the perfect Bat Mitzvah gift? Look no further. Browse through this special category to find unique necklaces, earrings and bracelets.

Bracelets with a dazzling presence, inspired by our Jerusalem – Ancient Jerusalem.

This collection was inspired by a rectangular bronze tablet, 15.5 cm in length and 3 cm in width.

Pins for your lapel, headscarf, suit or dress. You’ll definitely feel as exquisite as our unique designs – a wonderful gift in the spirit of Ancient Jerusalem.

Ancient coin jewelry designed for the modern woman and man. Choose from gold or silver necklaces, bracelets, earrings or rings, all inspired by various Ancient Jerusalem coins.

King David’s harp is the motif behind this varied collection, which was inspired by a bronze ornament shaped like an ancient harp, found in excavations in Ancient Jerusalem.


David's Harp Symbol

Inspired by a small harp ornament which was discovered during the sifting of archaeological rubble from the Temple Mount. Though it is unknown what time period the ornament came from, it is believed to have been used as jewelry. According to tradition, King David was a talented harpist. The harp has become one of the symbols most associated with King David, along with the Star of David.

Beautifully crafted earrings inspired by Ancient Jerusalem, in a wide range of designs.

Earrings to ward off the evil eye in refreshingly attractive designs, straight from the holy city of Jerusalem.

Jewelry that is believed to protect one from the evil eye. The popular Hamsa motif is used in the design of these silver and gold necklaces, bracelets and earrings.

Necklaces inlaid with precious stones with dazzling pendants to ward off the evil eye, inspired by Ancient Jerusalem.

Inspired by the ancient coin.

This collection was inspired by a golden bell that was found in Jerusalem.

This collection is inspired by a Proto-Ionic Pillar.

Used during the Jewish revolt against Rome, this coin was discovered during the Temple Mount Sifting Project and dates to the first year of the Great Revolt, 66/67 CE.

The Hamsa, a hand–shaped amulet, is a popular symbol that is believed to provide protection. Find the piece of Hamsa jewelry that best suits your style, whether it be a Hamsa pendant, necklace or earrings.

Ancient beauty with a timeless look. Unique Roman glass jewelry crafted in Israel.

For the holidays, Shabbath and special occasions Inspired by archaeological finds made in Ancient Jerusalem. Feel renewed when you wear the past with these gifts from Israel

This collection is based on a medallion made of pure gold that was found at an old Jewish buried treasure that was recently discovered

Stunning Jewish necklaces inspired by artifacts found in Ancient Jerusalem, in extraordinary designs!

This collection of Priestly Blessing jewelry is inspired by a small silver scroll inscribed with verses from the Priestly Blessing prayer, which was discovered in Ancient Jerusalem.

Priestly Blessing Silver Tablet

Deep inside a cave in the Hinnom Valley, an extremely rare and exciting find was made. Two extremely small silver tablets, rolled up like tiny scrolls. At its center, a hollow space, most likely used to insert a thread to enable the scroll could be worn as jewelry or an amulet. Engraved on one scroll are the verses from the “Priestly Blessing” from the Book of Numbers.  Dated to the First Temple period, it is the oldest archeological evidence of verses from the Bible.

This collection is inspired by a seal, inscribed with the Aramaic words “deka leyah”, meaning “pure for god".


Pure for God Seal

Inspired by a unique seal which was discovered deep inside a water drainage tunnel that runs beneath the main thoroughfare of ancient Jerusalem. The seal is inscribed with the words “deka leyah”, meaning “Pure for God” and dates to the Second Temple period. Experts posit that it was used by priests to mark items that entered the Temple area with a seal of purity.

This collection was inspired by a 2,000 year old earring that was found in ancient Jerusalem.

Gold Earring

Inspired by the original find- a gold earring which was found in an archaeological excavation in the Givati Parking Lot by the entrance to the City of David. Experts were amazed that the earring was found in near-perfect condition, and believe it to be from the Roman period.

This collection was inspired by one of the most important inscriptions in history.

Looking for a gift? Browse our collection of timeless souvenirs, inspired by the beauty of Ancient Jerusalem.

The most distinctive Jewish symbol - A selection of Star of David necklaces incorporating motifs from Ancient Jerusalem

This collection is based on stones from the Temple Mount, stones that rested for thousands of years beneath the Temple Mount.