Monthly Archives: September 2010
Well, the hard part of making jewelry is sometimes coming up with new ideas. I mean, how many Stars of David can you make? Luckily though, Jewish jewelry isn’t only Stars. There are many symbols to mark the wearer as … Continue reading
Tree of Life is a Judaic symbol for rebirth, renewal, family, longevity, etc. We have made this particular tree with a hand painted enamel background and gemstone. I like to wear it long, about 30″ and with a gold plated chain to … Continue reading
In Sunday’s Los Angeles Times there was a great article about spirituality and jewelry. I feel there is often a connection to jewelry and “feeling good” while wearing it. I don’t mean that it looks good on you, but that you … Continue reading
Wishing everyone a happy new year! Or as they say in Hebrew, “Shanah Tovah v’metuka”– a good and sweet year. On a side note, I made the cake. It was ok, nothing to rave about.
In Israel they don’t think of Hanukah as a “huge” holiday. I think it is because it is so close to Christmas we have made it into a gift giving holiday. The gifts in Israel are given out at Rosh … Continue reading