This wide silver Jewish ring is composed of thinner rings wrapped together to symbolize the spiritual bond between two people. It is a spinner ring with five thin bands at the center that rotate. Each one of the thinner rings is beautifully inscribed with one of the Seven Blessings (Sheva Bracot) - a famous blessing recitedunder the Chupah at Jewish weddings. At the heart of the ring a 9 K gold Star of David.
The Seven Blessings are traditionally said after the ring is placed on the bride's finger and a second glass of wine is poured. The high merit of the Seven Blessings that the bride is blessed with is in channeling the abundance sent to her from the Devine blessing above via the seven spheres on earth.
The first blessing celebrates the wine that brings joy. "Praised are You, O Lord our God, King of the Universe, Creator of the fruit of the vine".
The next three blessings glorify G-d who created everything for His glory. "Praised are You, O Lord our God, King of the Universe, Who created all things for Your glory…Who created man and woman in Your image".
The fifth blessing celebrates the holy city of Jerusalem. "May Zion rejoice as her children are restored to her in joy".
The sixth blessing is to rejoice the bride and groom. "Grant perfect joy to these loving companions, as You did to the first man and woman in the Garden of Eden. Praised are You, O Lord, who grants the joy of bride and groom".
The seventh and last blessing sums up the six preceding blessings.
This extraordinary Jewish ring signifies the sacred union between a man and a woman at the Jewish wedding.