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Mitzvah Find: Bat Mitzvah Jewelry Gift Ideas


When it comes time to give a gift to the Bat Mitzvah girl, not everyone likes to write a check. Sometimes groups of friends chip in and other times we give individual gifts.

We came across some great bracelets that are very chic but are also personal and appeal to every jewelry lover.

Check out these great gift options below:


The Rustic Cuff
This cut out hammered gold/silver name cuff bracelet is truly a unique gift. The hand-cut cuff can be opened and closed to fit almost any wrist size without losing its shape. Wear it alone or with other bracelets to really make a statement. Customizable with up to 12 characters. $135-$160. Shipping is $5.

Bat Mitzvah gift ideas Rustic cuff


Alexandra Beth Designs
LOVE Bracelets have been seen in magazines like InStyle and Lucky. These bracelets are available in assorted colors with the gold plated “LOVE” sitting on a leather strap with double snap closures.

Alexandra Beth Designs


Alisa Michelle Jewelry
Every piece of jewelry from this company tells a story. Positive messages create a positive attitude! Every time your best friend wears her bracelet, she will think of you and and all of the great times you have spent together. They come in a variety of options, either 14k gold plated or sterling silver plated.

Best Friends charm bracelet

Jewelry Judaica
This is a family owned and operated business with decades of experience manufacturing and selling traditional and contemporary Judaica jewelry for all ages, occasions and budgets. They know that one of the most meaningful and long-lasting gifts for a loved one can be a cherished piece of Judaica jewelry.

Jewelry Judaica: Bat Mitzvah gifts

 Sterling silver Star of David charm bracelet

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