By Naama Moshiach Cohen/ Moxini
I arrived at Michal, a jewelry designer, to the gallery located in Ramat Hasharon, I opened the glass door, entered, my eyes stared into Michal's green eyes, it took me a few minutes to understand the energy in the space. Calmness, quiet luxury and attentiveness.
I looked at the showcases filled with a variety of styles of jewelry, eclectic, luxury, unisex jewelry, raw gold jewelry, diamonds, jewelry designed with snakes, signet rings from the ancient world, animals, and more... there is no compromise, the jewelry is perfect, all standing in plain sight in the store, and Michal connects with the buyer and perceives what the friend For him to get the best and accurate only for him.
Michal, a graduate of design studies at the College of Technological Teaching, graduated with a bachelor's degree in goldsmithing, has been a jewelry designer for about 19 years. Her love for fashion and styling is expressed through design.
I sat down in front of her and listened to her story: "I have been designing jewelry from a young age to this day, the inspiration that comes to me through the world of tattoos where I researched, internalized and developed my own method. I work with raw gold, most of the jewelry that is sold is shiny like a mirror and looks quite polished, the process in which I work with the material is Matt finish and a natural shine is obtained, I really connect with it. The jewelry is all handmade, there is no mass production, the jewelry that I design with my own hands comes with a story, it has mental and spiritual value.
In addition, Michal designs diamond jewelry that comes in a variety of colors and the choice to work with them only depends on the quality of the product and its cleanliness. Searching for the diamond requires several hours to find the perfect stone for the jewelry.
Michal adds: "During the Corona period, the snake design was "born", the snake symbolizes health, regeneration of the skin, for me this is personal regeneration and a breakthrough forward.