We are 3 partners. It all began when we met at the age of 14 in the arts high school where 2 of us studied sculpture, ceramics, drawing and design. We now design Sterling silver mixed gold Jewlery with natural stones, since 1991. Our studio is located in Israel. Four years ago, Ev moved to Canada and we transferred our marketing office to Montreal. We create in Israel and sell from Montreal.
We dedicate ourselves to our creativity and skills. We have developed techniques that resonate powerfully through our contemporary jewelry designs, with the craftsmanship and detail of old Yemeni and Middle Eastern cultures, creating a distinct look for each piece of jewelry. By working with sterling silver, gold and natural gemstones, we create an unconventional mixture of contemporary and ethnic designs. The use of intricate filigree work in our designs also demonstrates the impact of different cultures of our work. What is also great about our jewelry is that it is for women and men any age, and we are accessible from and ship to anywhere on the planet.
We find our inspiration in fairy tales, history and nature. Our botanical collection is made from natural leaves cast in silver that we picked in the woods. The fairy tales rings reminds butterflies and fairies. And the meditation spinner rings are inspired by the Tibetan prayer wheels. We more recently launched a gold plated collection, adding to our gold-filled one, as well as our new baby, a Kabbalah writings engraved collection.
With regards to the type of work we have done and our plans for the future, we already work with galleries and museums as well as wholesaling and would like to see our designs selling in many different places, where different people from different backgrounds get to see what we make and may find something special for them. We have so many stories of customers finding the perfect ring for significant occasions, even the names of our designs are relatable and can touch people in very particular ways, relating to their personal stories and moments in their lives. That is what we enjoy about making our jewelry and also interacting with our customers: knowing where they`ve come from to get to the piece of jewelry they`ve adopted, and how they go on from there.
VIA: Artisan Impact.