Shavuot, Simchat Torah, Bat Mitzvah Earrings


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An offbeat, offset, whimsical blend of complementary beads and charms create a unique set of earrings that can be worn on Shavuot, Simchat Torah or any time that you read Torah. It also makes a great Bat Mitzvah gift.

SHAVUOT celebrates the giving of the Torah (5 Books of Moses) to Moses and the people of Israel at Mount Sinai. The Torah is decorated as a way of showing honor and respect. Rimonim often adorn the tops of the handles. A portion of the Torah is read every week. A special pointer called a Yad is used to read the Torah so as not to get any oils from our own fingers on the parchment. These earrings can also be worn by a BAT MITZVAH, when a 13 year old girl is called to read from the Torah for the first time.

  • The hinge style earrings are gold plates over surgical steel

  • Made of great beads, charms, and crystals from all over the world.
  • Colors may vary from lot to lot.
  • Earrings are approxiately 2¼ inches in length. Details are shown larger than actual size.
  • Most of the charms are one-of-a kind designed by me.
  • If you're a Gift Shop or a Retail Store owner, you may want to consider the DISPLAY option.
  • Question or comments? Call or email me.

Price: $ 20.00


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