Or Yahalom

The Diamond Bible: Twelve Tribes


The Twelve Tribes Diamond Bible contains 12 natural diamonds and a total of 36 points of a carat.

The diamonds are G color quality or greater, with VS clarity or higher. They have undergone excellent cutting and polishing. Every Or Yahalom Diamond Bible comes with a gemological certification from www.in-light.io.

The cover’s design and artwork are Or Yahalom’s exclusive creation and are inspired by the Torah. The binding and leather work are done by renowned Judaica craftsman Shevach and Sons. The leather used in the bibles is all-natural and is imported from Europe.

The bibles featured in the collection are the Koren Jerusalem edition. The bible’s dimensions are 13 x 21 cm. (5.1 x 8.2 inches). Each bible arrives in a unique packaging and includes stands for display purposes. Your bible may be personalized to include a dedication.


The number twelve has spiritual and mystical significance in various cultures. The hours in a day, months in a year, symbols of the zodiac, stations of the moon and sun, and stones in the breastplate of the High Priest of Israel are just some of the important twelves around us. In each example, twelve parts unite to form one cohesive whole. Each component is a world unto itself. Without every part, the circle of twelve is incomplete.

The Twelve Tribes of Israel epitomize the absolute unity of the Jewish people, which is only possible when each member fulfills their unique, individual role. Midrashic tradition relates that the tribe of Zevulun dedicated itself to providing sustenance for the tribe of Issachar, which was devoted to Torah study. It is no coincidence that Zevulun is represented by a diamond on the High Priest’s breastplate, connecting diamonds to the perpetuity and support of the Torah.

The Twelve Tribes Diamond Bible is embedded with twelve diamonds totaling 36 points of a carat. The diamonds embedded in the bible are arranged in an intricate, circular design that represents the Twelve Tribes of Israel.

The Twelve Tribes Diamond Bible beautifully portrays the people of the Torah in their complete and unified form. The circle of stones in the bible reminds us that true wholeness can only be achieved through unity.

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About This Artist

Or Yahalom

The “Beresheet” Collection is Or Yahalom’s initial series of six luxury bibles adorned with genuine diamonds in breathtaking designs.

The luster of diamonds illuminates the divine light of the Torah. The letters in the word diamond, “yahalom” or “יהלום” echo those in the name of God, “Elohim” or “אלוהים”. By combining the Torah and diamonds, OrYahalom sheds new light on the role of each one in the universe. 

Diamonds are the ultimate substance formed from nothingness, black carbon transformed into brilliant white light. They are the material through which we can best comprehend God’s creation of the world as well as the inner light of the soul. A polished diamond expresses mankind’s ability to partner with God in creation. OrYahalom celebrates the bond between the Torah and diamonds, both of which emanate their mutual light to all of humanity.

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