Ring for Shabbat, East Europe, 18th century. The stone bears an incised menorah resting on a pedestal, and a Hebrew inscription: “To light the Sabbath candle”. The ring was probably a gift to a woman in order to remind her of her obligation to light the candles or to glorify her for her devotion in fulfilling the mitzvah.
So I wanted to share cause this art is way too gorgeous not to share. I’m screaming I’m so happy I love this so much THANK YOU SO MUCH @esakris !!!! Everyone please commission this sweetheart their art is amazing!
This is my sweet daughter Anastasia Trevelyan and her fiance Cullen ( peep the ring ) all cute after their engagement party!
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