Pearl Ring with "Eshet Chayil" Inscription & Hearts
This delicate, sterling silver ring boasts a pearl stone in the center. The ring is embossed with hearts along the circumference and one big one under the pearl. "Eshet Chayil" is engraved around the ring.
"Eshet Chayil" is sung at every Friday night Shabbat table. This custom was initiated by kabbalists in the 17th century, who viewed Shabbat as an occasion of mystical union with the Divine. They understood Eshet Chayil allegorically as a representation of the Shekhina, the feminine presence of God, with the Woman of Valor being the Sabbath, whom we had welcomed, with renewed energy, into our midst. Another meaning is that singing this proverb was also an occasion to offer appreciation for mothers who cook, bake, sew and prepare the Shabbat dinner. The valorous woman in Proverbs 31 never sits still, let alone rests. Her light never goes out and she rises from her bed when it is still dark. The blades of the keys are inscribed with 3 different Divine names of Hashem. "Eld" stands for protection against the evil eye and negativity, "Sal" represents spiritual and material prosperity, a virtue for success and luck in business and "Mahesh" signifies good health of the mind and spirit.
This will make a wonderful anniversary, birthday or Holiday gift to any woman.