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I Am My Beloved Rings : Design Your Own

What’s in an I am my beloved ring? Well, endless thoughts and emotions. Because you’re not just buying a ring, you’re buying “the” ring. The wedding ring that will be a part of your life, from your wedding day onwards, in good times, and in less good times (before they get better again…)

An I am My Beloved ring is a great choice to mark this auspicious occasion. It’s not your regular wedding band. The wording surrounding the band carries deep meaning, reminiscent of ancient times, when biblical King Solomon wrote the eternal words “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine” – the famous verse “Ani Ledodi Ve’Dodi Li”.

But this is not the only inscription you can have appear on your ring. There are many others to choose from. Another popular choice is “This is my beloved and this is my friend”, or “When I go forth to find you – I find you seeking me.” No matter which of our Jewish wedding rings you choose, you can personalize its inscription to suit the particular loving sentiment you wish to relay.

When you look through the selection in this category, you’ll see a variety of materials to choose from too. Whether you want your I am My Beloved ring in gold or silver, with diamonds or without, we have something for everyone.

We’ve done our very best to showcase all the I am my beloved ring designs we can think of. If you like a particular variation of design, but don’t see it here – contact us and we’ll gladly create it for you.

In addition, couples may also want to engrave the inside of the I am my beloved ring with the wedding date or perhaps other special romantic words. This is also an option we can help you with. You can choose from either regular engraving, or highest technology laser engraving, with special ink that is “injected” into the gold. The result is extremely clean and durable.

An I am My Beloved ring from Baltinester carries with it a guarantee of high-quality and careful design. Your I am my beloved ring will be made in the heart of Jerusalem, imbued with all of the energies of this holy city.