Gold rings are a symbol of sophistication and elegance. Primarily, they are bought or gifted when you tie the knot. But sometimes, they may also be chosen as presents for family and friends. Gold is a symbol of affection and love, and when combined with Hebrew culture and traditions, these rings are considered to represent luxurious elegance.
Gold rings are available in different designs and styles. Some gold rings are plain while others are covered with gemstones. The location where they are manufactured may also influence the design to a large extent. Though rings are made in nearly every country, Israeli rings are known across the globe for their supreme quality, fine craftsmanship, and holiness.
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These rings are available in so many designs, from simple plain bands to products that are completely adorned with gemstones or etched with intricate patterns. Their specialty is ancient coin jewelry, Roman glass jewelry, and Hebrew scripture rings. Every ring has its unique message from the cultural, religious, and spiritual connections to the past.
How do you select the best rings? Let’s quickly review some top tips to do so.
Determine the Right Size
A ring should be the right fit, neither too loose nor too tight, so find out your correct size first. If you aren’t sure, then turn to a jeweler for help, and they’ll guide you further. Reputed online jewelers like Baltinester Jewelry LTD offer a comprehensive return policy for products that are unused and are shipped back to them in the original packing. So if you order a Hebrew ring online and get the wrong size, you can always exchange it.
Select the Color and Material
When buying a ring, the color and material are essential factors. Hebrew rings can be found in yellow gold, rose gold, and white gold. Choose the one that appeals to you the most! Here are some details about the types of gold.
- Yellow Gold – this is by far the most popular color and is made from only gold. The purity or the carat of the gold will differ from piece to piece.
- Pink Gold – Pink or rose gold rings are made from copper and gold. The resultant shade is vibrant and enchanting and looks pretty when the band is adorned with a colored gemstone.
- White Gold – White gold rings feature an elegant look. Compared to yellow gold, white gold jewelry is often pricier.
Some of the materials used in Hebrew rings are Roman glass, ancient coins, and Eilat stones. Each of these represents Jewish culture and traditional significance. Ancient coin jewelry comes from thousands of years ago when Alexander the Great first started using coins in his era while Roman glass dates back 2,000 years.
Choose the Type of Band You Want
Hebrew rings are available in numerous bands: thick, thin, plain, brushed, matte, polished, single or multiple. Plain and matte finished bands are highly popular even as engagement rings. Brightly colored bands are also preferred by many.
- Brightly Polished – This is the classic and glittering gold band that is worn by many women daily. Even when the design is minimal, it adds a unique elegance to your outfit.
- Brushed – This band has a durable surface and can be adjusted easily.
- Matte – If you like to keep things simple, then this band is for you. The shine may be absent, but matte rings don’t look dull. Matte rings are often used with Judaica jewelry and religiously symbolic designs like the Star of David and Hamsa ring.
- Glass Blast – This ring looks so radiant and has a glossy finish, shining eloquently in the light!
And Now, Pick the Design!
Hebrew wedding rings are most commonly designed with a motif, feature gemstones and are adorned with a floral design. View the best of these here.
When choosing a ring for your wedding or to gift someone, you can choose ones with inscriptions on them. These inscriptions can be messages of love, peace, and long life. The best thing about Hebrew ring designs is that they are able to add a personalized touch. Couples have chosen these rings for their special day since the beginning of time. And even though modern jewelry has a lot to offer, many Hebrew people still love to wear their cultural and historic symbols in their jewelry with pride.
Our Favorite Picks!
Now you know how to buy the best Israeli rings for your engagement, wedding, anniversary, or whatever the occasion is. Let’s round up this post by quickly viewing our five favorite rings. Choose one of these, and your spouse will surely love you for ‘em!
|Brushed Gold Wave Wedding Ring|
|This is one of the simplest rings in our collection. It is a sleek and modern Hebrew ring design with a slightly textured surface and a smooth winding band running down the middle.||
|Gold Two Tone Striped Wedding Band|
|This ring features both gold and silver tones. The band is white gold, featuring an edgy brushed center ribbon.|
|Yellow Gold Antique Style Rose Ring|
|Do you love vintage pieces? This one from the antique range with an etched floral design is for you, then! With its wavy edges, it’d look so unique and beautiful on your finger.||
|Gold Eilat Stone Cocktail Ring|
This handmade ring features a deep teal Cabochon-cut Eilat stone that is surrounded by a twisted rope border. If you want something flashy on your fingers, this is the ring that you should choose!
|Vintage Style Yellow Gold Garnet Ring|
|This one features gemstones that give it a modern look. The center features 7 garnets, deep red in color, studded in a hexagon shaped frame and surrounded by an intricate pattern of swirls and grooves.|
Which are your favorite gold ring designs?
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