Judaica by Danielle Yablonka
I designed the Jewish & Proud Collection, a line of Jewish Jewelry, with the aim of providing a luxurious, yet affordable, piece of Judaica for my friends and community to express their Jewish pride. I aspire to enable individuals who feel a connection to their Judaism and Zionism to showcase that identity through this jewelry.
Shield of David
An Evil Eye embraced by a Star of David combines powerful symbols of protection and spirituality. It represents divine safeguarding and wards off negativity. This necklace serves as a reminder of strength, faith, and pride in your identity.
Map of Judea
A map of Israel with a gemstone in the place of her capital, Jerusalem. Israel is 3000 years old, and 75 years young. Jews come from the land, the land of Judea. It is the birthplace of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Since the dawn of history, Judea has served as the spiritual, national and political center of Jewish life.
Israel is the heart of the Jewish people. Inscribed on the back, “Am Yisrael Chai,” The People of Israel Live.
Dual Magen David
This star symbolizes strength and pride within the Jewish community. The double stars on the pendant amplify this symbolism, emphasizing the power and resilience of the Jewish people. They embody the strength to overcome adversity and stand firm in the face of challenges, reflecting the collective history of the Jewish community.
Guardian of Unity Hamsa
The hamsa symbolizes unity and collective responsibility within the Jewish community and our allies beyond. The Hebrew inscription "Echad" meaning "One" symbolized unity and oneness with G-d. It also represents protection, warding off negativity and attracting positive influences. Its open hand signifies peace, harmony, and goodwill for all.
Remember 10/7 Star
A star that commemorates the atrocities of October 7th in Israel. A blue and white gem to signify the Israeli flag, and the words "Not by might and not by power but by my spirit" engraved in English and Hebrew, and date engraved on the back to carry as a reminder of both tragedy and resilience.