Luxury ancient sword of Solomon, king of Israel, son of David.
Star of David: also Shield of David, a unique symbol of Jewish identity and Judaism. The hexagram star of David is part pf Israeli flag. Hexagram was also Kabbalistic symbol.
Lions of Judah: symbol of the Hebrew tribe of Judah.
Ark of the Covenant: also, Ark of Testimony was a gold covered box with Ten Commandments. The Ark was given to Moses by God.
Mezuzah: (letters inside of Star of David in sword pommel) with “Shin Dalet Yud”. Mezuzah is a parchment with Torah verses. This one says “Shin Dalet Yud” what means: for those that believe in God, demons cannot pass. A mezuzah is placed on the doorpost of one’s house preventing demons from entering.
Menorah of the Temple: the seven-lamp (six branches) ancient Hebrew lampstand made of pure gold and used in the portable sanctuary set up by Moses in the wilderness and 300 years later in the Temple in Jerusalem.
Solomon, King of Israel (S.X. B.C.), he was the second son of Urias’s wife, Betsabe, whom his father David, had married.
He reigned in Israel between 970 and 931 B.C. and he was respected as a wise, fair, and powerful king. Solomon raised the Israelite monarchy to the maximum prosperity, he built up the Jerusalem Temple, and a wall around the city, and cultivated the sciences and arts.
The 47-inch sword has a 24-karat gold- and silver-plated hilt, handle and pommel that are wrapped in fine leather. The images on the sword include the Star of David, Menorah, and the Lions of Judea. The tempered stainless-steel blade also has elaborate 24K gold etched imagery that makes this piece a precious display of faith and heritage.