Jewish betrothal ring, ca. 17th–19th century. Venice or Eastern Europe. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917

Jewish betrothal ring, ca. 17th–19th century. Venice or Eastern Europe. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917

14th Century Jewish Wedding Rings and Objects of Matrimony  Marriage Casket, Ketubot, Mahzor images, Communal Wedding Rings, Treasure Troves from Plague Programs 1349-51, Synagogue Mikvah Architectual Fragments, Double Kiddush Cups

14th Century Jewish Wedding Rings and Objects of Matrimony Marriage Casket, Ketubot, Mahzor images, Communal Wedding Rings, Treasure Troves from Plague Programs 1349-51, Synagogue Mikvah Architectual Fragments, Double Kiddush Cups

Gorgeous Bride & Groom Kiddush Cup - Jewish Wedding Ceremony Judaica {Jeff Kolodny Photography} - mazelmoments.com

Gorgeous Bride & Groom Kiddush Cup - Jewish Wedding Ceremony Judaica {Jeff Kolodny Photography} - mazelmoments.com

Everything you need for your DIY wedding and crafts! https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id961137479 DIY wedding tutorials for flowers, centerpieces, hair, backdrops, decor, and more! #wedding

Everything you need for your DIY wedding and crafts! https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id961137479 DIY wedding tutorials for flowers, centerpieces, hair, backdrops, decor, and more! #wedding

Jewish Wedding Traditions - Jewish Wedding Ceremony | Wedding Planning, Ideas & Etiquette | Bridal Guide Magazine

Jewish Wedding Traditions - Jewish Wedding Ceremony | Wedding Planning, Ideas & Etiquette | Bridal Guide Magazine

4 Ways to Make Your Chuppah (Wedding Canopy) Unique - Fuchsia Huppah from Style Me Pretty - mazelmoments.com

4 Ways to Make Your Chuppah (Wedding Canopy) Unique - Fuchsia Huppah from Style Me Pretty - mazelmoments.com

Jewish wedding ring (not anymore, now we wear "normal" ones, but these were very cool!)

Jewish wedding ring (not anymore, now we wear "normal" ones, but these were very cool!)

Jewish Wedding Ring, Ethan Wilcox, 2008, sterling silver, 1” by 1” by 2”    This is a traditional Jewish wedding ring. The building represents the home the new couple is about to create and the Second Temple in Jerusalem, who’s destruction marked the beginning of the diaspora. The letters on the piece spell out a transliteration of the Shema, the holiest prayer in Judaism

Jewish Wedding Ring, Ethan Wilcox, 2008, sterling silver, 1” by 1” by 2” This is a traditional Jewish wedding ring. The building represents the home the new couple is about to create and the Second Temple in Jerusalem, who’s destruction marked the beginning of the diaspora. The letters on the piece spell out a transliteration of the Shema, the holiest prayer in Judaism

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