BSD Judaica Art
BSD, established in 2009, is an Israeli based company which specializes in making distinctive gold, sterling silver & diamond Judaica jewellery and paraphernalia for men, women and children.
These pieces are carefully crafted to capture the essence of Judaism and its traditional symbols with a refined & sleek design. Items such as, brooches, cuff links, tallit clips, money clips, mezuzahs, Tehillim flash sticks/drives & so much more are on offer. The items come in many materials such as sterling silver, gold, leather, rhodium & more and are embellished with diamonds, gemstones & different textured patterns. The Jewish designs & additions enhance the jewellery, such as: the Star of David, the Shema, Hebrew text, Kabalistic inscriptions & media.
BSD is an acronym for the Jewish abbreviation which stands for G-dly support and is found on the jewellery and Judaica items through the Kabalistic inscriptions, Torah verses and Tehillim media. The use of refined materials is reminiscent of the opulent artefacts in the Temple. The Menorah was made from pure gold and the Me'il (cloak) of the Kohen Hagadol (High Priest) was embossed with gemstones. Gemstones have great significance in Judaism; it is said that gems are objects that exist in Heaven and are used to communicate with G-d. These items are therefore perfect for synagogue attire and everyday wear so as to keep that religious and spiritual connection close to the soul.
All BSD objects are marked with the original icon to ensure authenticity and quality and the timeless collection is the eloquence of the beauty of Jewish tradition.
Looking for a gift idea? BSD create the perfect gifts for special occasions such as Bar/ Bat Mitzvah, graduations or for the High Holidays. You can even get one for yourselves!
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Jewish art comes in many forms. It can be displayed in wall d?cor, home items, as well as Judaica products. Judaica art can liven up a room in your Jewish home, whether it is an entrance hallway or a living room. Jewish art tends to be a conversation piece; guests often ask about the artist, if there is a connection to Israel, and the story behind the art.
A Jewish home should be a place of warmth and culture, with everything from Jewish books and religious items to Judaica art. When looking for Jewish art, you can either search by artist, category, or price. Wall d?cor tends to be pricier but serves as an item that can be passed down from generation to generation and stay in the family. Other non-traditional Jewish art items include Jewish jewellery and ritual Judaica pieces. BSD offers a wonderful Jewish art collection.
BSD has a selection of Jewish art pieces that range from Judaica gifts to Jewish jewellery. BSD offers unique Jewish holiday items, such as Hanukkah Menorahs. Many BSD products have Hebrew and Kabbalistic phrases alike.
Materials used for BSD Jewish art pieces range from sterling silver to gold to other precious stones and metals. Jewish jewellery by BSD includes necklaces, bracelets, and rings perfect for a Bat Mitzvah, birthday, or holiday gift occasion. Some of these jewellery items are adorned with a diamond. Other items such as bracelets are made of string or silicon and feature a sterling silver element.
BSD products often feature Jewish symbols, such as the Magen David or Chai. The Magen David symbol is the Jewish star which has come to represent the Jewish people. The star is now displayed in the centre of the flag of the Jewish state of Israel. The Chai symbol is the Hebrew word for 'life.' BSD items also have Jewish themes such as Kabbalah and Choshen. Kabbalah themes include the evil eye and Hamsa, which both represent protection from evil. Many of these symbols are shown on BSD Jewish jewellery pieces.
Additionally, many BSD pieces show connections to Israel and support the IDF. The IDF is the Israeli Defence Forces, or the Israeli army. It is popular for people to show their support of the Israeli army by wearing bracelets that read 'IDF' and necklaces that are dog tags similar to those soldiers wear.
It is common for BSD Jewish jewellery items to feature the words of the Shema prayer or the travelling's prayer. Other symbols include necklaces in the shape of a Mezuzah or flash drives attached to a chain, often with the Tehilim prayer on the USB drive.