Tikkun Olam Bracelet by Emily Rosenfeld - Navy

$36.00
$36.00
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Description

These bracelets have a Judaic inspirational word spelled phonetically on the front and its English translation on the back. This curved pewter bar features the words "tikkun olam" and "repairing the world" and is attached to a dark navy (almost black) leather cord.

The bracelet measures 7 1/2" with a secure button clasp. Handmade by Emily Rosenfeld.

Shipping Info

  • Free shipping on U.S. orders $75+
  • Orders are made to order and typically ship in 3-5 business days from Emily Rosenfeld's Massachusetts Studio
  • Standard delivery takes 3-10 business days
  • Easy returns within 30 days of purchase

More about Emily Rosenfeld

Emily started making her own jewelry in 1991 in Oakland, CA, running her business out of a Murphy bed closet. Now settled in Western Massachusetts, with a view of birch trees and a river she swims in during the summer, her studio is in a converted factory building filled with other artists. She feels continually inspired to develop new designs and play with new materials and techniques.

She is privileged and thankful to be part of the immensely supportive and loving community of craftspeople and crafts buyers. Making her work makes her very happy and she hopes owning it brings a measure of joy as well.

Customer Reviews

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Viger D.
Tikkun Olam bracelet is perfect

Great fit on my narrow wrist, great durability- I never take it off! Great style. Love it!!

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Annie R.
Love it!

What a sweet little bracelet w a big message! Itโ€™s easy to get off and on by myself and it fits perfectly. I love the overall look of it - itโ€™s true to the photos.

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Mimi R.
Love this bracelet

I have worn this bracelet every day since it arrived. Itโ€™s a perfect feeling around my narrow wrist and a message that I want to hold close to me.

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Rena B.
Great message

Like the bracelet. Would love to know if I can keep it on in the shower without ruining it

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Dara T.
Jewelry Staple

I wear my Tikkun Olam bracelet everyday day and I t take it off. Itโ€™s a good reminder for how to approach life and a conversation starter for by uninitiated.