Ahava "Love" Jewelry
Marrying icons from Jerusalem and Philadelphia in a fashionable and artistic statement, proceeds directly benefit two major Jewish Museums: The National Museum of Jewish History in in Philadelphia and the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. Each piece comes with a certificate of authenticity and a summary of its historical background.
In 1977 the American artist, Robert Indiana created a 13-foot-tall steel sculpture for the people of Israel. The work, using the letters of the Hebrew word ahava (love), is based on his well-known "LOVE" sculpture. His Love sculpture was first placed in Philadelphia's JFK plaza in 1976 as part of the US Bicentennial celebration and immediately became a beloved Philadelphia icon.