Specs: The story of the City of David began over 3,000 years ago, when King David left the city of Hebron for a small hilltop city known as Jerusalem, establishing it as the unified capital of the tribes of Israel.
The 7" long bracelet is made up of symbols that are connected with discoveries made at the City of David excavations:
David`s Harp: A bronze ornament in the shape of an Ancient harp, popularly known as "King David`s Harp." King David was known as the poet of the people, as he composed the Book of Psalms while playing a harp like this one. The artifact was discovered at the Temple Mount Sifting Operation at Emek Tzurim on the Mount of Olives. It is 2 centimeters wide, its date is unknown, and it happens to be very similar in shape and form to the symbol chosen to represent the City of David.
Dove: The shape of a dove was discovered on a rectangular bronze tablet 15.5 cm in length and 3 cm in width. The tablet was also decorated with a "hamsa" hand and fish. These are symbols of luck, pease, plenty and prosperity. The tablet was discovered as part of the Temple Mount Sifting Operation at the Emek Tzurim National Park. It`s date is unknown.
Pearl: A replica of the the pearl and emerald earing that was discoered recently at the City of David`s Givati Parking Lot Excavation at the entrance to the City of David. According to archaeologists, the earring was discovered in nearly pristine condition.Date: 2,000 years ago, sometime during the Roman Period of Jerusalem.