Sarah Ha Jewelry is exclusively created with patented NanoRosetta
engraving technology, a breakthrough technology that allows
amounts of graphical information to be written on archival nickel
medallions. Texts and images can be seen under a 400x lab microscope,
or use the online jewelry reader software to view this incredible
technology. Each medallion containing pages of information is set in a
100% sterling silver bezel and includes a necklace chain. Pendants can
also be worn on charm bracelets. Presented in a velveteen gift box.
Classically styled and a very unique gift item.
The Classic Cross Design with the entire 31,101 verses of the King
James 1611 Old and New Testament inscribed around a sparkling cross
composed of thousands of micro-lenses and holographic elements. God’s
Word in its entirety can now be worn in a beautiful glittering pendant
to express your faith.
The Crucifix Design with the King James 1611 New Testament inscribed
word for word, surrounding a 3D holographic Crucifix of the corpus
Jesus Christ Redeemer and Savior. Brilliant, glittering, and deeply
meaningful. It’s the Greatest Story Ever Told.
Star of David Design incorporates the entire Torah Shebichtav or
the “Torah that is written”. The entire biblical history is preserved
in Hebrew around the Star of David which is composed of thousands of
micro-lenses to radiate light in millions of colors. The pendant is
truly dazzling and awe inspiring to behold.
The Book of Mormon design includes the entire Book of Mormon, page by
page, verse by verse. The brilliant design reflects light in a
beautiful array of colors, highlighting the Prophet Moroni blowing his
horn and “The Book of Mormon” written below.
The Love Everlasting Design is a most beautiful and unique way to say
“I Love You” in 193 languages.
Each block within the large heart outline contains a different
language. The glittering colors of the pendant changes under different
lighting. A truly sentimental expression of love, and a keepsake gift
for any occasion.
Jewelry Reader (zoom to read pages)