Description and Details
אֵשֶׁת חַֽיִל מִי יִמְצָא
Eshet Chaiyl Mi Imtza
A Woman of Valor
This engraving is based upon a Jewish hymn, which is customarily recited on Friday evenings after returning from the synagogue or before sitting down to the Shabbat evening meal.
Eshet Chayil is the twenty-two verse poem with which King Solomon concludes the Book of Proverbs. The poem has an acrostic arrangement in which the verses begin with the letters of the Hebrew alphabet in regular order. The poem describes a woman of valor as one who is energetic, righteous, and capable.
Pictured in 14k rose gold, this ring is imprinted with texture from the Western Wall, the Jewish temple in Jerusalem.