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The small (13" in diameter) star of David has a relief of Jerusalem in the center.

Small star of David by Shannon D Designs. This wall art is embellished with semi-precious gemstones. The center magen David is from Jerusalem and has a relief of the Jerusalem in the center.

The medium (17 1/2" in diameter) star of David with hoshen in center is surrounded by stones from the 12 tribes of Israel.

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Glass mosaic light blue Star of David pendant

Glass Mosaic Star of David Pendant <3 by MinervaMosaics

The Hebrew Alphabet - Hidden in the 'Magen David' (Star of David) I love being Jewish :-P Now if only I could actually learn the language

A page from a thirteenth-century German Pentateuch ('the Duke of Sussex's German Pentateuch') includes a Star of David, symbol of Judaism, at the start of Deuteronomy; (Additional 15282 f.238). (British Library)

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Art Deco Star of David Aquamarine Pendant

Art Deco Star of David Aquamarine Pendant. An original pre World War II Art Deco pendant designed as a round openwork matte gold plaque with a white enamel six pointed Star of David set with a hexagonal aquamarine and six small rubies. The star is flanked by six Art Deco openwork floral ornaments encircled by twelve navette cut aquamarines, ca. 1930.

Artistique Design Enamel Jeweled Star of David Sabbath Candle Holder Judaica Gifts

Beautiful Hebrew calligraphy. Would be an interesting art project for learning Alef

A Fabergé diamond and ruby brooch, workmaster Alfred Thielemann, St Petersburg, circa 1900, formed as a Star of David with interlaced bands of square-cut rubies set in gold and rose-cut diamonds set in platinum, struck with workmaster's initials, scratched inventory number 94766, in A La Vieille Russie case with retailer's card.

Turkmen Antique Judaica Bovine Bone Sterling Silver Yad Torah Pointer circa 1930

AN ESTHER SCROLL, MEGILLAH ESTER, UNMARKED, PROBABLY TURKISH OR BALKAN, 19TH CENTURY, The cylindrical body alternately pierced & engraved with scrolling foliage, with ropework band at top & bottom, coral beads secured by wire around the rim, pannelled conical top surmounted by bird finial, the silver mount attached to the scroll itself applied with a serpent, traces of gilding to the serpent & the finial, Hebrew inscription around base pronouncing the piece a gift to Yosef Chaim Yalooz