Sometimes the value of a piece of jewelry is measured by what it means to the person wearing it.
When I left Maui and returned to Israel to join the army, I wore a sea shell tied with ribbon around my neck for good luck.
Following the death of my mother, I’ve been wearing one of her gold bracelets on my wrist to always remember.
As a TV producer, I wore my beeping pager as my only jewel and a badge of honor.
Since my wedding, I’ve been wearing a simple ring, the symbol of my love and our union.
I was born in Israel, grew up in Alaska and Hawaii, and reside in New York City.
I’ve been a soldier, a student and a journalist. Now I’m a wife, a writer and a jewelry designer.
I aspire to cultivate my life experiences into beautiful designs and classic pieces…
- Born on July 10
- Joined August 15, 2009
- New York, New York, United States, Mattan, Israel