There are millions of ways to express feelings of love to our beloved.
A surprise weekend getaway, romantic dinner by the beach, bouquet of fragrant summer flowers,
or — a timeless I Am My Beloved and My Beloved is Mine ring
The Jewish Tradition of Jewelry
In the old days, unique jewelry was handcrafted out of precious metals such as gold and silver. Adorned with precious and semi precious stones, the most beautiful and meaningful pieces were inscribed with heartfelt messages.
In Jewish tradition, jewelry represented social status and often carried not only ornamental but also spiritual elements. A combination of culture and fashion, Jewish jewelry is rich in spiritual and symbolic meaning. From elaborate engravings to inscriptions with deeply meaningful messages — Jewish jewelry inspires love, passion and devotion.
The Hebrew Meaning of I am My Beloved's
A particularly touching affirmation in Jewish jewelry is a Hebrew phrase taken from the Song of Songs:
“Ani Le Dodi Ve Dodi Li” which means — “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine”.
These sacred words embody a love that is beyond the material world. Symbolic of the love between two people, the phrase also suggests a deeper connection between man and God.
“I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine” in Hebrew is rooted from a compassionate relationship with God, unconditional love with pure forgiveness, and a love that understands that relationships (not just romantic relationships, but ALL relationships) is always a work-in-progress.
The I Am My Beloved Hebrew Jewelry
Perfection is an illusion; love runs deep with flaws and all. As summer heats up, love is definitely in the air.
Embossed on a ring, the phrase I am my beloved and my beloved is mine in Hebrew, makes a perfect wedding ring for a traditional Jewish wedding.
It’s also a piece that can be passed down from generation to generation, along with family stories and traditions.
It's a beautiful and spiritual message that translates wonderfully in a union-ship. This affirmation is divine for wedding rings or jewelry gifts between couples.
Not only does “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine” in Hebrew represent the relationship with God, but it's a representation of the support in a relationship that requires each party to be present for one another in every life situation or circumstance; the ideal partnership for a successful marriage.
For more Jewish jewelry with “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine” message, check out our Ani Ledodi rings collection. There you’ll find unique, handmade pieces of jewelry and the most meaningful expressions of love.