‘Pure for God’ multicolor leather bracelet in dark blue, brown and red. The strings of leather are held together at the middle by a replica of a seal that has the words “deka leyah”, meaning “pure for god”, written on it. The original seal is considered a rare and fascinating archaeological find that is dated to the end of the Second Temple period. The seal is described in the Jerusalem Talmud as being used to mark products which were brought to the Temple and required a seal of purity in order to be used. A familiar example is the oil jug from the Hanukah story.