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I asked my Rav and he explained that the pin has to be a piece of jewelry in itself that would be worn even if the key no longer works on the lock. In that case it is jewelry. If the woman would not … wear it if it did not work then it is not a piece of jewelry and cannot be worn on Shabbat. An example is a woman named Devorah who got a jeweled pin shaped like a bee that had a key as part of the …
answered Nov 1 '16 by sabbahillel
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Halachically speaking a person does not have to use a ring for kiddushin (thus the woman need not wear it). Additionally, after the ceremony is over, the wife does not have to keep whatever object tha …
answered Jun 22 '17 by sabbahillel
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It appears that the wedding ring worn on the right hand is originally a European custom. The custom at the chupah is to put the ring of the kallah's right pointing finger not the "ring finger". The "r …
answered Nov 14 '14 by sabbahillel