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Bar Mitzvah Jewelry Guide

The Bar Mitzvah celebration marks the entrance into adulthood for boys at the age of thirteen. In Judaism, this means that the boy is now responsible for upholding the commandments in the Torah. He is now expected to observe the Mitzvot of wearing Tefillin and Tallitot.

The Bar Mitzvah boy will also read from the Torah for the first time and observe the holidays, such as Yom Kippur in which he is obligated to fast. Becoming a Bar Mitzvah is an exciting time that is usually celebrated with friends and family.

It is traditional to buy the Bar Mitzvah boy a gift to celebrate this momentous occasion. Gifts range from Judaica items to jewelry and accessories. The most popular Bar Mitzvah jewelry includes silver and gold chain necklaces and bracelets. Rings with initials are also a well received gift. A newer more modern type of jewelry is a chain with a disc on key.

Bar Mitzvah Jewelry

There are a few different types of jewelry appropriate for a Bar Mitzvah gift. The classic jewelry item is a simple silver or gold chain. These chains can come in the form of a bracelet or necklace, which make for a great accessory to suit any outfit. A ring with the boy's initials or Hebrew name is also a popular gift to give a Bar Mitzvah boy.

Flash Drives as Jewelry

Recently, the most popular Bar Mitzvah gifts feature technological items. In today's world, the younger generation has developed a fascination with the newest and most current technology. One such item is the disk on key, a USB flash drive storage device. This is a small lightweight removable flash drive that stores various amounts of information.

Disk on Keys can also serve as jewelry because they come with an attached chain that can be worn around the neck. This way, the handy flash drive is always available for use and will not easily get lost. This is a great gift for a Bar Mitzvah boy to use for school purposes or for sharing music and photos with his friends.

Many disk on keys feature unique designs and may come in silver or gold. Some flash drives display a Magen David or Hamsa design, and may even be adorned with a diamond or gem. It is common for a Judaica disk on key to have the words of the 'Shema' prayer written in Hebrew. Disk on keys can store 2, 4, or 8 gigabytes of information.

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