Gold & Diamond Kallah Bracelet Found

diamond-gold-bracelet[Photo for illustration purposes only] A reader seeks to return a gold and diamond Kallah bracelet this evening after finding it in the Courtney area this morning. If you believe this bracelet belongs to you, please call 302-981-9881. This posting has been listed in our Lost & Found section of our site as well.

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  1. Wow. Nice piece. I hope that was the right thing to do being that when it comes to lost items the one who claims that it belongs to them is supposed to state a siman. I hope this pic does not preclude that.

  2. wow – I assume from the term “kallah bracelet” that this is a customary gift for a bride. How can people (moderated) afford these gifts for each and every bride? I am sure that no one would be caught dead giving his bride a cubic bracelet.

  3. My point is that most people are stuck with a third grade level of education with regards to diney mamonot. These are extremely complex halachot, with serious consequences.

  4. i found a white gold and diamond bracelet in shoprite 5 1/2 years ago in shoprite on a friday afternoon and nobody claimed it yet. still have it i wish someone would claim it

  5. i agree with steve. it’s ok to consult with a rabbi about returning an expensive item. it’s always good to get advice on something if you’re not sure the direction to take in a situation. nothing wrong with that. i hope this bracelet goes back to the right owner.

  6. I lost a plain gold chain bracelet a number of years ago near Shop Rite and I lost a pair of earrings (both of them, looped together) near a pool on Pine Park Ave. about 7-8 years ago. They were gold with a pearl, dangling earrings. I was not meya-esh, so I hope I’ll still find them.

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