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ECN Jewels, Part of ECN Investments Ltd
This exquisite 9k rose gold Star of David is the perfect accessory to enhance any outfit. This delicate piece of jewellery weighs 0.86g and features the inscription of "Mazal," a word of blessing and luck. The design of the star is traditional, with two interlocking triangles that represent the balance between the divine and the physical world. This piece of jewellery is not only beautiful, but also symbolic of the unity of the Jewish faith.
The Star of David is made of a mix of metals, with 9k rose gold as the primary metal. Rose gold provides a subtle, romantic hue to the star, while still being strong and durable, making it ideal for everyday wear. The size of the star is small, measuring 0.86g in weight, making it a subtle but elegant accessory that can be added to any look.
The inscription of "Mazal" adds a special touch to this piece of jewellery. Mazal is a Hebrew word that means "luck" or "success," and is often used as a blessing. Wearing this Star of David with the inscription of Mazal serves as a reminder of the faith and strength of the Jewish people.
Although the chain is not included with the Star of David, there are a variety of styles and lengths available to choose from. For a more delicate look, a thin gold chain can be paired with this piece of jewellery. For a more modern look, a chunky statement chain can be added to create a bolder look.
This 9k rose gold Star of David with the inscription of "Mazal" is the perfect accessory for any occasion. Whether for everyday wear or a special event, this delicate and symbolic piece of jewellery will add a unique touch to any outfit. The combination of the romantic hue of rose gold and the meaningful inscription of Mazal makes this star truly special.
SKU: ECN 1359
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