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This necklace was much nicer than the picture. I love what it symbolizes. Great price and great quality.
I absolutely love the symbolism of this piece. It is also just the right size. I like the silver and gold together. I actually bought one necklace for myself and one for a friend who has "Jewish" heritage but is a Christian. Perfect!! I gave it 4 stars, instead of 5, because I agree the chain clasp is extremely difficult to fasten….almost impossible. I had to use a completely different chain with this pendant. People will take notice when you wear this!!
I was very pleased to find this simple messianic necklace. It is well made and appropriate to wear everywhere.The piece is somewhat primitive but that does not detract from its appearance. I can not help but think of the Isaacs and their version of:"It Is Well With MY Soul" and "Stand Still"every time I put my
necklace on. I recommend it.
I got this necklace a few years ago & got many compliments on it. Two ladies from my Bible study liked it so much, I bought one for each of them. We have found that when people inquire about what the symbols mean, it gives us an opportunity to share the Gospel.
I am a Gentile, but worship with Messianic Jews. I decided to buy this pendant and to wear it as a conversation starter, to be able to talk about the Hebrew roots of Christianity. I love it and it is well made, but I have a hard time with the clasp because it is so small.
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