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Swarovski Silver David Star pendant is made out of 925 Silver in Bethlehem the Holy Land , Swarovski Silver David Star contains white swarovski stones as it is shown in the pictures .
Star size :- 1.80 * 1.00 cm
note :- the weight including the packing.
The Meaning of David Star.
The Star of David (✡), known in Hebrew as the Shield of David or Magen David , is a generally recognized symbol of modern Jewish identity and Judaism. Its shape is that of a Hexagram, the compound of two equilateral triangles. Unlike the menorah, the Lion of Judah, the shofar and the lulav , the Star of David was never a uniquely Jewish symbol, although it had been used in that way as a printer’s colophon since the sixteenth century.
During the 19th century the symbol began to proliferate among the Jewish communities of Eastern Europe, ultimately being used among the Jewish communities in the pales of statement. A significant motivating factor, according to scholar Gershom Sholem, was the desire to represent Jewish religion and/or identity in the same manner the Christian cross identified that religion’s believers. The earliest Jewish usage of the symbol was inherited from medieval Arabic literature by Kabbalists for use in talismanic protective amulets where it was known as a Seal of Solomon. The symbol was also used in Christian churches as a decorative motif many centuries before its first known use in a Jewish synagogue. Before the 19th century, official use in Jewish communities was generally known only in the region of today’s Czech Republic, Austria and possibly parts of Southern Germany, having begun in medieval Prague.
The symbol became representative of the worldwide Zionist community, and later the broader Jewish community, after it was chosen as the central symbol on a flag at the First Zionist Congress in 1897.
The identification of the term “Star of David” or “Shield of David” with the hexagram shape dates to the 17th century. The term “Shield of David” is also used in the Siddur (Jewish prayer book) as a title of the God of Israel.