GIMEL silver engagement ring
Made in sterling silver mechanically polished to reveal classic beauty and slight texture.
The ring is a precise miniature of the big home decor wall letters, made by the same sculptor Levy.
Available in various sizes. In order to know your size, please refer to the International Standard for ring sizes.
Gimel is the third letter of the hebrew alphabet.
Pronounciation: G or J
Example: gamal, camel.
In gematria, gimel represents the number three.
The letter gimel represents beneficence and zenith.
Bertrand Russell posits that the letter's form is a conventionalized image of a camel.
The letter may be the shape of the walking animal's head, neck, and forelegs.
It is written like a vav with a yod as a "foot", and it resembles a person in motion; symbolically, a rich man running after a poor man to give him charity, as in the hebrew alphabet gimel directly precedes dalet, which signifies a poor or lowly man, from the hebrew dal,poor.
The letter gimel is related to gmool, which means 'justified repayment', or the giving of reward and punishment.
A man reaches the peak by imitating God's ways. This is shown by the fact that the bet and the gimel are next to each other.
The midrash asks:"Why does bet face gimel and why does gimel turn its back to bet? Because bet represents bait, home, open to everybody.
The gimel represents the gever, man, who sees a person in need at the door and turns him to offer food (source: Otiot Rabbi Akiva).