Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Humorous Israeli Jewelry - Adina Plastelina
Today in our modern Jewish gifts blog, I'd like to introduce to you a wonderful studio design called Adina Plastelina. The studio was established five years ago by two young designers, Adi and Sami in an Israeli kibbutz and have recently moved to the old city of Jaffa ( which is part of Tel Aviv).

Adina Plastelina studio has designed this delightful piece of jewelry that pretty much goes with anything you wear. This butterfly pendant is one of my favorite in my Israeli jewelry collection. If you're interested in a romantic gift for your partner, you might find heart-shaped design a perfect fit.This is also a great Bat mitvah gift idea. Find out more details about this piece and more items by Adina at Canaan Online

The artists use an ancient glassware technique called the Millefiori process which literally means "a thousand flowers". The designers have replaced the glass with polymer clay to create this naturalistic jewelry items in vibrant colors. Each item is a bit different than the next.

This footage shows the process in which this unique jewelry pieces are made. Enjoy!

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