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Look for merchants with these types of price ranges. Anything cheaper will be a ring of inferior quality. Anything higher is seller making huge profits - off of potential buyers.
Another advantage of online retailers is customization and options. Some Jewish wedding ring retailers can completely customize any engraving, either with hebrew phrases or bride and groom's names. Look for websites who include customization in price, rather than upsell customization.
A Jewish Wedding Ring goes on WHICH finger?
The ring ceremony consists of groom placing ring on bride's right index finger. Afterwards, most women move it to customary "ring finger" of left hand.
The reason for this Jewish wedding tradition goes back to time of Talmud and differences in beliefs at that time about which finger is closer or more direct to heart! Christianity taught ring finger; Judaism taught index finger.
When Jewish Wedding Ring is Given…
In most ceremonies, bridegroom repeats a Hebrew vow after Rabbi, with giving of ring. The bridegroom would declare, "Behold, thou art consecrated to me with this ring, according to law of Moses and Israel."
In hebrew, this phrase is Hare at mekudeshet li betaba' at zo k'dat Moshe v' Yisrael.
With a little practice, you can easily learn to roll this phrase off of your tongue in no time at all. If you can't speak Hebrew, don't worry! On our website, we have a page where you can hear this phrase being said, right through your computer.
This statement that husband and wife are holy to each other. It is as if they were saying, "As Shabbat is to Jewish time and as Jerusalem is to Jewish space, you will be to me."
With this buyer's guide to Jewish Wedding rings and their traditions, you can be confident of making a good choice in choosing your rings for your special wedding day.
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