Bubbe Bracelets™ and Bubbe Necklaces™
Here are a few of my Bubbe Bracelets™ and Bubbe Necklaces™. You may put Bubbe, Bubby, Nana, Safta, Savta, Oma, Yaya... or whatever you call your grandma, in English, Spanish, Danish, Hebrew... on any of my designs or create your own design! Grandma in Yiddish is בובי or בובע pronounced Bobbe or Bubbe, Bubby, Bubbie... A common alternative is 'באָבע', pronounced ‘bubbe’. Bubbe is slightly less formal. Since Hebrew uses a different alphabet transliteration is necessary because words can be spelled a number of different ways.
Bubby, Bubbie, Bubbe, Bubbeh, Bubbee, Bube or Bobbe is בובי or בובע in Hebrew. Some add a -SHI on the end to show affection.
Savta is סבתא in Hebrew (Grandmother - formal) - Also OMA
Safta is סאפטה in Hebrew (Grandma - casual)
OMA can be אומא or סבתא
Choose any bracelet or necklace design on my website and enter your preferred term of endearment.
You have 100's of options. Here are a few samples...
Gift Ideas for Grandma
Any Message - Any Name - Any Birthstones
Click on the Bubbe Bracelet™ or Bubbe Necklace™ and go to the page where you can personalize it!
*ProofAfter you place your order online, if you would like to see a proof of your design before I finish it up, please text the name your order is under (e.g. Proof please-Linda Smith) to (615) 490-2177. I will never sell or give away your telephone number and will ONLY contact you with questions and/or to send you a proof.
"Linda received her bracelet yesterday. With blizzards in CO, mail was delayed 2 days, but finally arrived in her box yesterday. She LOVES it, and it's the perfect size. She put it on immediately and said that she will not take it off. Period! She leaves for Israel Tuesday, and is so excited to be wearing this during her travel, and when she will present a new business plan, before YHWH at the Wall.
Thank you so much! What a blessing." Jen more...
IMPORTANT: Sterling silver is an alloy containing metals that react with chemicals found in air and produce tarnish; high moisture levels, exposure to sunlight and contaminants such as salt water increase this reaction. Take steps to protect sterling silver by keeping it in airtight packages when it isn't being worn, use tarnish-resistant products (included in the bag) that absorb harmful chemicals, and store sterling findings in a cool, dry place. Most tarnish is easily removed by using the free polishing cloth I include with each bracelet, necklace, anklet or earrings ordered.