- Classic Rhodium Silver Necklace with Magen David pendant$4.49 - $4.99
- AJDesign Sterling Silver Interlocking Triangles Star of David Pendant with Chain$19.99
- AJDesign Classic Sterling Silver Star of David Pendant with Chain$21.99
- Two Part Shema Rhodium Necklace with Gold Star of David$5.85
- Rhodium Gold-tone Star of David Jerusalem Necklace$4.99
- Two tone Star of David pendant$14.99
- Shalom pendant of sterling silver$22.10
- Sterling Silver Magen David Pendant$24.05
- Rhodium Antique Bronze Finish Star of David Jerusalem Necklace$4.99
- Rhodium Colorful Star of David Pendant Necklace$4.55
- Pendant of Sterling Silver in Star of David Design$12.35
- Star of David Pendant in Sterling Silver$18.20
- Rhodium Two tone 2 Layer Star of David Necklace$4.99
- Zion pendant on Sterling Silver Star of David$10.27
- Rhodium Antique Finish Star of David Jerusalem Necklace$4.99
- Rhodium Star of David Pendant Necklace$4.55
- Two Part Shema Israel with gold Magen David Rhodium Necklace$5.85
- Rhodium Star of David Necklace$4.55
- Rhodium Star of David Pendant Necklace with stones$5.20
- Rhodium Silver-tone Star of David Jerusalem Necklace$4.99
- Star of David Coloful Heart Design Rhodium Necklace$6.50
- Gold Filled Twelve Tribes Star of David Pendant$19.50
- Chai and Star of David pendant in blue enamel$26.00
- Gold Filled Miniature Star of David Pendant$11.70
- Secret Of Merkabah Pendant - HaAri Kabbalah Jewelry$45.99
- Sterling Silver Opal Star of David Pendant$59.80
- aJudaica Dove of Peace Star of David Rhodium Necklace$9.10
- Classic Gold Filled Star of David Pendant$18.20
- aJudaica Hamsa Star of David Rhodium Necklace$5.20
- Silver and Opal Star of David Pendant$39.00 - $42.90
- Gold Filled Classic Two Tone Star of David Pendant$19.50
- Star of David with multicolor stones Rhodium Necklace$5.20
Star of David Pendants and Necklaces Collection
You'll find just the Star of David pendant you were looking for in our varied stock of silver, gold filled and handmade necklaces. Proudly wear your Star of David pendant or give a beautiful and meaningful gift to that special person! The large choice of pendants include quality gold filled ones, which keep their beautiful color and don't peel or flake. They come in a variety of styles, including blue enamel with zirconium, garnet, and multicolored stones. Some come in classic silver with or without elegant turquoise stones. You can pick the one which most suits your taste or that of your loved one.
The Star of David, Jewish Star, or Magen David is the most typical article of Jewish Jewelry, usually worn on a necklace. "Magen David" means shield of David. It is a Jewish symbol that has been in use at least since Babylonian times. The Star of David is part of the flag of the Zionist movement and the State of Israel. The six pointed star is the basis of many attractive designs.
What is the Star of David - Magen David?
The Star of David is a hexagram, made up of two equilateral triangles. It is a symbol that is commonly recognized as representing Jewish identity. It is actually a relatively new symbol.
What does it represent?
According to some, the upper-facing triangle represents a striving towards G-d, whereas the lower triangle strives downwards towards the real world. Perhaps this represents the Jewish ideal of bringing down G-dliness from on High down into the physical, every-day world that we live in. it is the synthesis of the two worlds- spiritual and physical that sets Judaism apart from other religions.
Others say that the Star of David is made up of twelve lines representing the twelve tribes of Israel who are the sons of Jacob and ancestors of Israel. It may be that the twelve tribes making up a unified Star of David could represent the idea of Unity- another strong motif in Judaism. Ultimately, the Jewish people are striving for a world where they will live in peace with their brethren and through doing so will achieve unity with G-d. Today it is very common for Jewish people to wear Star of David Necklace.
What is the origin of the Star of David?
Stars of David appear in Jewish contexts since antiquity. There is even a Star of David on the arch of a Synagogue that dates back to the third or fourth century in the Galil. The use of the Star of David as a meaningful symbol probably first appears in the Leningrad Codex which is a Tanakh manu that dates back to 1008.
What is the origin of the name "Star of David"?
The origin of "Magen David"- the Hebrew for the Star of David and literally translated as "Shield of David" is a poetic reference to G-d. This name hints to the fact that King David's glory was not due to his own might but due to G-d's assistance. Additionally, on Shabbat after the Haftora reading in the Synagogue, we bless G-d calling him "Shield of David".
What is the modern use?
In the Holocaust, Hitler, may his name and memory be erased, forced every Jew to wear a yellow Star of David with the word "Jude"- "Jew" in German boldly written in the centre. This was an invitation for others to ridicule, mock, harm and denigrate the wearer.
Today, the Jewish people merited to return to the Land of Israel, to live as a people in their own right. They took the symbol that was a source of shame in the Holocaust and proudly displayed it on their national flag. In 1948, the blue Star of David between two horizontal blue stripes officially became Israel's flag.