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Old-Fashioned Jewish Wedding Ring--the use of a wedding ring in a Jewish ceremony began in the 7th century. ...

Old-Fashioned Jewish Wedding Ring--the use of a wedding ring in a Jewish ceremony began in the century.

18kt Gold Jewish Marriage Ring, designed as an elaborate spice tower, opening to reveal a compartment, with Hebrew lettering for Mazel Tov, size 7 1/4.   Note: Jewish marriage rings are a traditional gift during the wedding ceremony, and the architectural form of this lot might represent Solomon's temple, the synagogue, or the ideal home. The custom dates back to ancient times

Gold Jewish Marriage Ring, designed as an elaborate spice tower, opening to reveal a compartment, with Hebrew lettering for Mazel Tov.

This antique wedding currently believed to be from the 19th century, but there is currently an investigation to see if it dates back to the medieval period.

This antique wedding currently believed to be from the century, but there is currently an investigation to see if it dates back to the medieval period.

Jewish marriage ring  16th century  Gold Jewish marriage ring, the hoop stamped with groups of four trefoils punched with chevron borders; the rectangular edicule with sixteen pierced windows, steep gabled roof and six pinnacles (one lost). One side pierced with Hedrew inscription, Mazal tov (good luck).

Jewish marriage ring 16th century Gold Jewish marriage ring, the hoop stamped with groups of four trefoils punched with chevron borders; the rectangular edicule with sixteen pierced windows, steep gabled roof and six pinnacles (one lost). One side pierced with Hedrew inscription, Mazal tov (good luck).

Medieval Woman's Wedding Ring C.13th-15th Century Size 9 (18.6mm)(BRR942)

Medieval Woman's Wedding Ring C.13th-15th Century Size 9 (18.6mm)

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Jewish betrothal ring, - century, Venice or Eastern Europe. Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, 1917

Antique Jewish Wedding Rings.

antique Jewish wedding rings (You could definitely poke someone's eye out with these, but I like them.

A possibly nineteenth-century Austrian gilt-silver Jewish wedding ring incorporating a symbolic house with a star of David. (The Israel Museum)

A possibly nineteenth-century Austrian gilt-silver Jewish wedding ring incorporating a symbolic house with a star of David. (The Israel Museum)

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