As an established jeweler, I handcraft jewelry and Judaica items in gold (18
and 14 karat, both white and yellow), sterling silver and exotic woods. Many of
my unique designs incorporate Biblical verses; all are set with high-quality
precious and semi-precious stones and pearls.
All of my jewelry and Judaica pieces incorporate Jewish symbols and characters,
such as the Magen David (the six-pointed Star of David), the Menorah, the harp,
Moses, King David playing the harp, and verses from the Bible. I also use
Jewish motifs from the Land of Israel, including some of the Seven Species of
fruits – olives and olive branches, grapes and vine leaves, pomegranates and
fig leaves – and flowers of Israel. Personalized designs incorporating Hebrew
and Jewish names can also be created.
My artistic style is influenced by ancient Persian art, from the land of my
birth, Chinese culture, Judaica and the Land of Israel. All these elements are
reflected in the unique filigree-work and engravings on my pieces, which
sometimes also show a hint of Art Nouveau.
Each piece of jewelry is hand-made and has its own unique characteristics. No
two pieces are alike.
Judaica in Wood
I specialize in unique Judaica designs, using rare and exotic woods. I
especially enjoy using olive wood, whose beauty and strength symbolize
the people of Israel over the generations. My wooden Judaica pieces are
decorated with sterling silver lettering, semi-precious stones, crystals and
pearls. Each piece is a unique creation, bearing my personal signature, and
comes with a certificate of originality. No two pieces are ever the same, and
my creations can be found in private and institutional collections.
Among the pieces that I create are:
Havdalah sets - with spice boxes and candle holders
Kiddush cup sets
Menorahs for Chanukah
Chanukah gifts such as a handcrafted dreidels
Purim items including megillah cases, groggers/noise makers, and tzedakah
Gold and silver jewelry
My works are suitable as gifts for:
Weddings and anniversaries
Chanukah and Purim
Any special occasion
Apart from the traditional sources for my artistic designs, my work also
expresses involvement in the modern world, which is far more open than in the
Some of this involvement is reflected in my work as a volunteer, both with
Hadassah and with the Council for the Advancement of Women in Jerusalem
But my greatest involvement is with my family – my husband, two daughters, two
sons and my son-in-law. One of my daughters is following the family artistic
tradition. And my own work with Judaica and Jewelry allows me to express
myself, and my pride and love for all that is around me.