Edita Jewelry

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LOOKING FOR A SUPER GIFT?

So, you want to present a piece of jewelry to someone special (maybe yourself!). You are looking for something that is inspiring, tasteful, and glamorous - the perfect fashion piece for a day or evening outfit. Look no further. Just turn to the Edita Jewelry collection and you will be enthralled to see fashion jewelry that is tasteful, elegant and much more.

EDITA JEWELRY

Edita Mandel-Epstein, known as Edita to her friends and growing circle of admirers, spent her childhood in Peru and was educated in the USA. She finally settled in Israel in a small pastoral settlement close to Modiin. Although she trained and qualified as a lawyer, she was soon taken over by her hobby of jewelry making and it is now the love of her life. In her countryside studio, she dreams and lets her imagination flow as she creates new pieces, continuously inspired by the beauty and changing colors of the surrounding countryside.

HER VISION

Edita adores jewelry and she shares this passion with us. No two pieces are the same. On each one, she lavishes pearls, Swarovski crystals, glass and ceramic beads, gold and silver plated beads and semi-precious stones. Prices are affordable so that every woman can enjoy her luxurious looking necklaces, bracelets and earrings. "Every woman is entitled to treat herself, or be treated, to a new piece of jewelry!" Edita told us.

All encompassing

Her jewelry reflects the multi-cultural threads of her life and the country of Israel. There are Stars of David, Hamsas, Judaica charm bracelets and luminous pearls. The colors evoke sandy deserts, streams of water and harvest seasons. There is jewelry for the radiant bride and handsome pieces for the busy career woman.

Wherever you hail from, whatever you do, Edita’s jewelry will inspire and excite. We are sure that you will find in her collection something to meet your taste and pocket.

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