Posts Tagged ‘Jewelry’

Kanarek Jewelry

Kanarek Jewelry, founded in 2013 by Yael Kanarek, brings language to the body in sophisticated, surprising ways. Yael believes language holds a special meaning unique to each individual. She captures this beauty in every piece she creates designing jewelry in English, Hebrew, Yiddish, Arabic, Spanish, and Sanskrit. Yael is known in the New York art scene as a…

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Shema-Or: Jewelry That Gives Back

Orna Simkhai started her career as a jewelry designer with the intention of helping others. I met Orna in her showroom in New York last week and learned all about the inspiration behind her beautiful line of Shema bracelets, necklaces and rings. I’m excited to share her story with you! In 2006, Orna was moved…

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Berman’s Beautiful Jewelry

Berman Jewelers is a family business. Nirit and Avi Berman have been designing jewelry together for more than thirty years. They met on a trip to Sinai. Nirit was traveling with a friend and met Avi, who was working as a travel guide there. Nirit was born in Moshav Hayogev, and Avi is from Kiryat…

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Aviv Kinel’s Beautiful Handcrafted Jewelry

Aviv Kinel creates beautiful handcrafted jewelry using natural materials such as quartz, wood, and cotton. She sees each piece as a wearable work of art. Aviv was born and raised in Israel, in a small village called Binyamina. Upon graduating from Shenkar College where she studied jewelry design, she moved to Tel Aviv and opened…

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The Jewish Museum Shop Part Two

Last week, I showed off some beautiful Hanukkah items from The Jewish Museum New York Gift Shop. Today it’s all about jewelry, accessories and gifts for the home. The Jewish Museum shop is such a great place to find that one-of-a-kind gift you just don’t see everywhere else. The museum works closely with artisans both locally…

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Hadas Shaham’s Modern Concrete Jewelry

Concrete has never looked so beautiful. Jewelry designer Hadas Shaham designs necklaces, rings, earrings and bracelets that are clean, contemporary and minimalist. She’s inspired by architecture, geometric shapes and symmetry.  She uses materials such as cement, gold, rubber, silicone and even wood to handcraft each piece in the small studio next to her home. Hadas says that she…

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