Sterling .925 Silver Mezuzah Pendant With Magen David Ornament and the word Chai is written in Hebrew
Inside the Mezuzah plated a paper with Shema Israel Prayer (Hear O Israel)
A mezuzah is a sacred parchment inscribed by hand with two portions of Torah. It is stored in a protective case and hung on the doorposts of Jewish homes.
In addition to the role as a declaration and reminder of our faith, mezuzah is also a symbol of God's watchful care. The name of God, Sha-dai, which appears on reverse side of the parchment, is an acronym for the Hebrew words which mean Guardian of the doorways of Israel (Shomer Dlatot Israel).
On the Klaf ( the parchment inside the mezuzah) written Shema Israel Prayer - Hear O Israel: God is our God; God is one.
The Klaf considered kosher only if it was hand written on a special parchment by special person - The Sofar
This symbol is the combination of two Hebrew letters Het and Yod which build Hebrew word Chai (living). One theory says that this symbol refers to the Living G-d. Another says that it reflects Judaism's focus on the importance of life. The consept of the life itself , which this amulet symbolizes is very important in Jewish culture. As an example typical Jewish toast is l'chayim (to life)