Hebrew Bracelets for Men
Hebrew Bracelets for Men™ (leather/sterling) - Start at $29
This leather & sterling silver 'any Hebrew name bracelet' is made with .925 sterling silver 5.5mm alphabet block letters spelling Ani Ledodi VeDodi Lee but you choose the name during the ordering process. The leather and sterling silver bracelet is $29. Each letter block is .925 sterling silver - $4/ea. Choose the number of letters, numbers or symbols during the ordering process below. You may have as many letters, numbers or special characters, as will fit, on this leather bracelet. The clasp on the bracelet is .925 sterling silver too. This bracelet can be for men or women, sons or daughters!
This Leather & Sterling Silver Daddy bracelet is made with .925 sterling silver 5.5mm alphabet block letters. The message is in Hebrew and it says Ani Ledodi VeDodi Lee - “I Am My Beloved’s and my Beloved’s is Mine.”
Black Greek Leather Cord with a .925 sterling silver clasp and .925 sterling silver Alphabet Block Cubes. You may have multiple names on one bracelet.
I make and ship everything within the next business day.
אני לדודי ודודי לי — I am my Beloved’s and my Beloved is mine (Hebrew/English)
“I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine,” – Song of Songs (Shir HaShirim), Chapter 6, verse 3A. Shir HaShirim 6:3 - Many phrases from The Song of Songs written by King Solomon, have been used throughout weddings for centuries.
I Am אני
Beloved's And לדודי
My Beloved ודודי
Is Mine - לי
This bracelet (and all my bracelets and necklaces) can be further personalized. Just call or text me 615-490-2177 with questions or to place your orders.
Materials: Leather & .925 sterling silver
"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."