Ahava – Love, Sterling Silver Earrings
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These beautiful silver earrings are styled in the fashion of the famous sculpture made by artist Roberta Indiana. The sculpture was a gift to the people of Israel in the spirit of international brotherhood from Beverly and Dr. Raymond Sackler. 

The Hebrew word ‘Ahava’ means love. In perfect balance, the earrings feature the word written in a square with the first two letters above and the last two letters below. 

It is a charming gift for someone you love. You can mark a special occasion or give someone a treat when they least expect it!

  • 925 Sterling Silver
  • Post style for pierced ears
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Ahava – Love, Sterling Silver Earrings

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Marina Jewelry
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Marina Meiri channeled her passion for jewelry into her unique boutique business. In 1983 she established her namesake business, and over the past decades, her business has grown, and she has become the go-to purveyor of beautiful keepsake jewelry.

Marina is inspired by the Holy Land and presents collections that reflect the religion of the land with exquisite items that connect the wearer to the Bible and the Holy Land. Marina blends her design ideas with religious and ornamental pieces using various materials, metals, and semi-precious stones.

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