Ayala Bar was born and presently resides in Israel. In the late 1980's she surfaced as a prominent Israeli jeweler. Her current designs blend natural elements and glass with assorted metals and fabrics to create a rich mosaic, resulting in the most intricate limited edition pieces.
From renowned designer Yoolie Perry-Peleg comes Yoolie's, unique jewelry inspired by the rich history of textile design, and influenced by colors and cultures around the world. The result is jewelry that is not only distinctive and picturesque but is also worn comfortably and elegantly, expressing the various artistic movements of the past and present.
Yoolie's Jewelry is designed in Israel and the US and is handmade in the USA.
Christophe Poly creates his jewelry collection with an architectural concept, using materials such as aluminum, brass, acrylic, leather, and rubber.
In his work, every small part blends in a complex and ingenious construction method.
Each element enriches the design to create a perfect balance resulting in a unique and distinctive design.
Holly's inspired approach to jewelry and metalwork has garnered international recognition. From her northern California design studio, Holly has been creating wearable art for over thirty years. An exuberant Colorist and pioneer in the use of niobium, Holly has received numerous awards for her innovative designs.
Sue has always tried to create affordable, well-crafted, and well-designed jewelry. The contemporary geometric shapes are structured to flatter the face or lapel of the wearer while being lightweight, easy to wear, and timeless. Her inspiration partly comes from growing up in Chicago among the skyscrapers and Frank Lloyd Wright influences. The designers of the Modernist era (1940-1960) have also been significant – jewelers Margaret de Patta and Paul Lobel, sculptor Alexander Calder, and designer Russell Wright. Her contemporary jewelry is hand fabricated primarily in silver, gold and black. Whether a piece is a free form wire shape, formed entirely by hand using only pliers or mandrels, or a cast geometric three dimensional shape, she considers each design a small sculpture to wear.