"Ophir" was founded in 1956 by Shula and Avraham Lor on 38, Jaffa Road in the center of Jerusalem. It is considered one of the most unusual places for handcrafted jewelry and antiques in Jerusalem. The store's name derives from the biblical city which supplied some of King Solomon's treasures.

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The Emerald eye
An Art deco 14K white gold earrings set with marquise emerald
Price: 629.00 $
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The “joy” pin
A colorful pin made of 18K gold set with the most optimistic colors; fire opals, emeralds, lapis-lazuli and diamonds
Price: 8,102.00 $
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Unique Central Europe Pin

14K pin and pendant unmarked set with three almandines.

Sale price: 600.00 $

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King Agrippa The First Pendant

A Jewish coin of King Agrippa the 1st set in 14K gold

Sale price: 360.00 $

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3100

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A Celtic design ring

A Celtic design ring set with a Jewish coin.

Sale price: 217.00 $

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Earrings

Earrings

A nice variety of designs, unlike any other earrings. Many of its are one of a kind.

Brooches

Brooches

A nice variety of designs, unlike any other brooches. Many of its are one of a kind.

Necklaces

Necklaces

A nice variety of designs, unlike any other necklaces. Many of its are one of a kind.

Pendants

Pendants

A nice variety of designs, unlike any other pendants. Many of its are one of a kind.

Rings

Rings

A nice variety of designs, unlike any other rings. Many of its are one of a kind.

Bracelets

Bracelets

A nice variety of designs, unlike any other bracelets. Many of its are one of a kind.

Ancient items

Ancient items

A variety of unique ancient items in different subject. Some of them are special and rare.

Miniatures

Miniatures

Miniatures around the world and special design of our workshop

About

The jewelry store "Ophir" was founded in 1956 by Shula and Abraham Lor on 38, Jaffa Road in the center of Jerusalem. It is considered one of the most unusual places for handcrafted jewelry and antiques in Jerusalem. The store's name derives from the biblical city which supplied some of King Solomon's treasures.