This too shall pass is hand inscribed in Hebrew into the metal of your choice. This trendy yet timeless pendant makes a great Judaica gift for holidays, encouragement, or just because.
Bar length - a little over 1 1/4"
Width - 1/4"
Rose Gold Filled (high quality - not plated)
Gold Filled (high quality - not plated)
Sterling Silver - .925
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ABOUT 14K GOLD FILLED
A solid layer of gold or rose gold filled is made of a base metal and a solid layer of gold mechanically linked together. Because it is not plated, gold/rose gold-filled jewelry will not tarnish or fade over time.
Gold-filled jewelry requires little maintenance and maintains its dazzling brilliance. Gold jewelry of great quality without the exorbitant price tag of pure gold is what this is all about.
Everything Beautiful designs jewelry using only the highest quality, thickest metal available. The craftsmanship is exceptional, which contributes to the creation of a stunning jewelry item that will be cherished for a lifetime.
Please keep in mind that this is a free-form piece of art jewelry. Each item is one-of-a-kind, and each one is imprinted by hand with a hammer. Every letter will differ somewhat from the next, despite the fact that perfect alignment is the aim of this design.
One-of-a-kind creations have an organic aspect to them, and I believe that my clientele enjoy that. With each swing of my hammer, your design became a reality.
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“There was a king who had the most magnificent collection of jewels in the entire world. It was the source of his greatest joy. One night he dreamed that somewhere in the world, a magnificent ring held the power to make a sad person happy, and a joyful person even happier. The dream was so real to him that he decided that he must seek and possess this ring.... the story is continued at the bottom of this listing...
..........“He offered a huge reward to anyone who could find it. After everyone else had given up their search, one of the king’s servants continued to scour the world for the magical ring. Finally, he too was ready to give up, when he stopped in to one last shop. There, the owner said that he, indeed, was in possession of this ring!
“The servant offered to pay whatever price the shopkeeper asked, but the man refused payment saying, ‘No, your king needs this ring. Take it as my gift.’
“The servant rushed to the palace, entered the king’s chamber, and presented the ring to him. Upon opening the box, the king found a plain, unadorned metal ring. Could this truly be the precious, magical ring he had dreamt about? Then he noticed three Hebrew words engraved on the ring. ‘Gam zeh ya-avor – this too shall pass.’
“The king was puzzled. And it took him many years to realize the true magical power of the ring. When he was truly sad, he would look at the ring and it would remind him that “this too shall pass,” and he would be consoled. And when he experienced true joy, the ring reminded him that “this too shall pass,” and he learned to hold on and appreciate those precious moments of joy. Soon the king realized that this truly was the most valuable ring in the world. He lost interest in the rest of his collection. All his dazzling jewels and gems paled when compared to the plain ring with the three Hebrew words, ‘gam zeh ya-avor, this too shall pass,’ and he always wore this ring of greatest value with pride on his royal finger.”