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14k White Gold Ani Ledodi Ring with Black Diamonds

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Buy this item and get 46-52 Points - Worth of $46-$52 
Buy this item and get 46-52 Points - Worth of $46-$52 
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Made in Israel
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This stunning Jewish Wedding Ring is the perfect gift to give to your partner on your special day. Made with 14k gold, this band features the hebrew verse “Ani Ledodi Vedodi Li” which means “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine”. The ring also boasts glittering black diamonds which make it even more special.

Measurements Gold weight: 3.75 grams Diamond weight: 0.19 carat, Materials: 14K Gold, 18K Gold

Avi Nadav

World-renowned silversmith, artist, and Judaica expert Avi Nadav was born to his art. He is the descendent of more than four generations of traditional Yemenite craftsmen. The family was part of Yemen’s ancient Jewish community where they were respected silversmiths, and experts in the intricate art of decorative Yemenite filigree. Avi’s grandfather brought the family to Israel and settled in Jerusalem. They continued to work as master craftsmen, establishing the ancient Judaica techniques in modern Israel.  Avi Nadav learned to craft fine Judaica from his father and grandfather. As Avi mastered the subtleties of traditional craftsmanship, he also absorbed exciting modern influences from the thriving Israeli art scene. As he began to travel outside Israel, he also gained inspiration from several other cultures and styles. Avi Nadav pioneered the use of materials like anodized aluminum and other modern methods, breathing new life into the world of Judaica, and inspiring a new generation of buyers and collectors.  Today, Avi Nadav is a world- renowned producer of fine Judaica. He owns over 5,000 unique designs and is still constantly innovating and exploring new styles. Avi is committed to preserving ancient traditional techniques and immaculate standards. Under his direction, the Israeli Center of Judaica provides an unbroken link to the past. He also embraces new concepts, iconoclastic designs, and bold modern interpretations of Jewish tradition and history. 
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How do I know the correct ring size for my finger? Determining the correct ring size for your finger is essential to ensure a comfortable fit. To find your correct ring size, we recommend using a ring size guide. Using a ring size guide is usually the most convenient and accurate method. It ensures that your ring will fit comfortably, whether you are purchasing it for yourself or as a gift for someone else. You can find the guide here

Diameter(MM) US & Canada UK
14 3 F
14.2 3 1/4 F 1/2
14.4 3 1/2 G
14.6 3 3/4 G 1/2
14.8 4 H
15 4 1/4 H 1/2
15.2 4 1/2 I
15.4 4 3/4 J
15.6 5 J 1/2
15.8 5 1/4 K
16 5 1/2 K 1/2
16.2 5 3/4 L
16.5 6 L 1/2
16.7 6 1/4 M
16.9 6 1/2 M 1/2
17.1 6 3/4 N
17.3 7 O
17.5 7 1/4 O 1/2
17.7 7 1/2 P
17.9 7 3/4 P 1/2
18.2 8 Q
18.4 8 1/4 Q 1/2
18.6 8 1/2 R
18.8 8 3/4 R 1/2
19 9 S
19.2 9 1/4 S 1/2
19.4 9 1/2 -
19.6 9 3/4 T
19.8 10 T 1/2
20 10 1/4 U
20.2 10 1/2 U 1/2
20.4 10 3/4 V
20.6 11 V 1/2
20.8 11 1/4 W
21 11 1/2 W 1/2
21.2 11 3/4 X
21.4 12 Y
21.6 12 1/4 Y 1/2
21.8 12 1/2 Z
22 12 3/4 Z 1/2
22.2 13 -
22.6 13 1/2 -

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