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Lion of Judah Ring

Lion of Judah Ring

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10k yellow gold

Natural Ruby in mouth and diamond eyes 

size 9.5 and sizable 

8.64 grams


“The Lion of Judah, or אריה יהודה, Aryeh Yehudah in Hebrew, is a powerful and ancient Jewish symbol. It represents the Tribe of Judah, Jerusalem, and the Jewish people.“


“The Tribe of Judah was more than just one of the Biblical Twelve Tribes of Israel, having had major historical and cultural significance for the Jewish people.

During ancient times it was a powerful tribe that the kings and rulers came from, and it controlled the Kingdom of Judah and Jerusalem, which was the center of the Israelites’ worship and culture. The name “Judea” comes from the Tribe of Judah, and from there we get the modern words for Jews and Judaism.

This tribe was one of few to survive the expulsions of the Israelites by the Babylonians and Assyrians, and has become the backbone of the Jewish people.

Due to the might and significance of the Tribe of Judah, the original Biblical image stuck, and the tribe continued being associated a roaring lion to represent its leadership, strength, and fearlessness.

Since most of today's Jews are considered to be the descendants of the Tribe of Judah, the Lion of Judah has been used as a general Jewish symbol for generations!“

“The Lion of Judah represents the strength, honor, and dedication of the Tribe of Judah, one of the Twelve Tribes of Israel. Lions of Judah play a vital role in building Jewish identity, aiding the vulnerable, preserving human dignity and creating social justice.“


“The biblical Judah (in Hebrew: Yehuda) is the eponymous ancestor of the Tribe of Judah, which is traditionally symbolized by a lion. In Genesis, the patriarch Jacob ("Israel") gave that symbol to this tribe when he refers to his son Judah as a Gur Aryeh'גּוּר אַרְיֵה יְהוּדָה, "Young Lion" (Genesis 49:9) when blessing him.[3] In Jewish naming tradition the Hebrew name and the substitute name are often combined as a pair, as in this case. The Lion of Judah was used as a Jewish symbol for many years. Jerusalem was the capital of the Kingdom of Judah.”