The Cantico Collection

“I am my beloved’s, And my beloved is mine. He feeds his flock among the lilies”. the Song of Solomon 6:3
The glamorous Cantico collection is inspired by the love poetry of the Song of Solomon 6:3, ani l’dodi v’dodi li – “I am my Beloved’s and my Beloved is mine”. This fine jewelry collection is about the relationship of intimacy, of mutual belonging, of fulfillment of the love that we have for G-d, and G-d has for us. The Cantico collection offers a completely new way to experience fine diamond pendants. Carefully selected Jerusalem stone will connect you to generations in the past and future preserving the glamorous history of the Temple Mount.


The Cantico Collection

The stunning Cantico collection includes fine jewelry pendants and rings. The Jerusalem stone is meticulously designed with the highest attention to detail. An elegant strip in 18K gold tightly grips the holiest stone. On each strip the famous poetry “I am my Beloved’s and my Beloved is mine” is engraved in Hebrew letters.


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The Jerusalem stone has got variations in color, tone and pattern. Sometimes these differences are slight, sometimes they are pretty visible. We expect these variations. In fact, they are a part of what makes the Moriah Jerusalem Jewelry stone authentic, unique and memorial.


Diamond and gold weights are approximate.
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The Moriah hallmark guarantees that the ring from Emunah jewelry collection is handmade and manufactured by highly qualified craftsman.
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