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Hesed Bracelet

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Hesed Bracelet

Regular price $32.00
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This adjustable bracelet features the Hebrew word "Hesed", which is translated as "Steadfast Love". This word is so rich that there is not just one English word to translate it. It is God's covenant-keeping, merciful, grace-filled, steadfast love for His people.

The bracelet is 18k gold plated brass.

Crafted from raw brass and other mixed metals. While the metals can be cleaned, we do not recommend wearing your jewelry in the shower, hot tub, swimming pool, etc., or come in contact with excessive perspiration. When the jewelry comes in contact with water, the natural aging process of the metals can be accelerated.

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Customer Reviews

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Bailey H.
Beautiful Bracelet

I was a little apprehensive about the quality and sizing, but it is perfect! I looks to be good quality and is sturdy. It fits no problem and stays on my wrist. I absolutely love it! And I love the daily reminder of God’s steadfast love.

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Anna
Looks great!

It looks really good! Plus, it is a great reminder.

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Katie R.
Beautiful meaningful bracelet!

I love the delicacy of this bracelet and the reminder of God's constant presence and pursuit.

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N. B.
Hesed Bracelet Review

I would definitely recommend purchasing this bracelet. It is very good quality and super cute. Also, it would make a perfect gift for any occasion. The Daily Grace Company have affordable and quality items. I am a customer for life.

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Savanna
In Love

I only recently was interested in wearing bracelets - I didn't like the boundary that was sometimes created between my wrist and whatever object it would come in contact with. But I always loved the design and thought I would give it a try and I love it. I've already worn it a few times since I've gotten it and it's slowly easing me into this new phase of my accessory journey. And someone has already asked me about the word, which I got to explain the meaning to them.