Talia Inbar's Profile

About

As a child I would watch my grandmother dress for special occasions, completing each outfit with a beautiful piece of jewelry. As a teen, her cast-offs became my treasures and as a young professional, they distinguished me from the other women in dark suits. 

My mom and I would spend hours going through her jewelry box as she lovingly told me the story of each piece my grandmother had passed down. I started making jewelry after she died -- it became my creative and therapeutic outlet.

Years later, I'm still obsessed with the color, texture, movement, and shine of the thousands of beads, chains, and findings I've collected. I find these treasures at bead stores, jewelry shows, estate sales, and antique shops, and am so excited to bring them to you so that you can add something special and beautiful to your look.

  • Female
  • Born on January 20
  • Joined July 24, 2008

Favorite materials

vintage filigree and beads, natural stones, semiprecious gems, gold filled and sterling silver chain, gold vermeil findings

About

As a child I would watch my grandmother dress for special occasions, completing each outfit with a beautiful piece of jewelry. As a teen, her cast-offs became my treasures and as a young professional, they distinguished me from the other women in dark suits. 

My mom and I would spend hours going through her jewelry box as she lovingly told me the story of each piece my grandmother had passed down. I started making jewelry after she died -- it became my creative and therapeutic outlet.

Years later, I'm still obsessed with the color, texture, movement, and shine of the thousands of beads, chains, and findings I've collected. I find these treasures at bead stores, jewelry shows, estate sales, and antique shops, and am so excited to bring them to you so that you can add something special and beautiful to your look.

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