Bashert Destiny Yiddish Cuff Bracelet, Metal Choice

Bashert, destiny, soul mate - for my love.


What is BASHERT? Bashert = destiny"Though the term beshert can refer to any fortuitous event (“I missed the bus, but it must have been beshert, because I heard it broke down”), it’s most often used to mean a soulmate: the one person whom an individual is divinely destined to marry."This ''Yiddish'' quote bracelet is hand stamped in Hebrew letters but you can also choose English letters.

Please read entire description and the following NOTES:


Choose your favorite metal:

1. Gold filled - beautiful 14K gold filled.

2. Rose gold filled - beautiful 14K rose gold filled - pink/copper color.

3. Sterling silver - shiny, classic, beautiful.

4. Stainless steel - very strong, darker silver

5. Golden brass - quite nice - thick - very sturdy.

6. Copper - rich color - can give an artsy, casual feel


This cuff is 6 inches plus it has a 1 inch gap for adjustability. It fits an average wrist size. Once you slip it on, you squeeze it until it fits your wrist. It may even take on the shape of your wrist after wearing and squeezing. 
(Smaller and larger sizes are available upon request.)

1/4 inch by 6 inches (fits most)


This listing is for one item unless you choose more.



Your beautiful jewelry will come with a gift box and a keepsake, cotton, drawstring bag. ---Ready for gift giving-



Everything Beautiful uses only high quality, thick metal for these jewelry pieces. The quality is superb which helps to make an outstanding jewelry piece that will be treasured.


Please note that this is a free hand form of art jewelry. Each piece is unique, and hand stamped with a hammer by me. Every letter will vary slightly one to the next although great alignment is the goal in this design. I believe that my clients appreciate the organic quality of one-of-a-kind pieces. With each swing of my hammer, your design was formed.


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