Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is the most sacred day in the Jewish biblical year, the only day on which the high priest entered the Holy of Holies. He did so with sacrificial blood, and with ornamental pomegranates on the hem of his garment (See Hebrews 9:6 and Exodus 28:33). “G’mar chatima tova” is the usual Hebrew greeting spoken on Yom Kippur. In English it means “May you be sealed in the Book of Life.”
A classic, modern silver “chai” pendant. Chai means “alive”!
Beautiful medallion pendant with a simple, modern menorah lampstand encircled in decorative silver – on Eilat stone.
In the middle of the pendant, garnet stones resemble pomegranate seeds adding contrast to this already-fascinating piece of artistic jewelry.