Israeli artist and silversmith Sharon Levy has studied at the “Omanit” school in Jafa, and has earned a degree in chemistry to give silver and gold several distinct colors.
She creates a unique matte finish to the sterling silver and 14 karat yellow and rose gold, as well as oxidizing sterling silver.
Her pieces are known for its kinetic movement such as the 12 tribe ring, which symbolizes the unity of the tribes of Israel.
Sharon’s jewelry is made entirely by hand with the wearer in mind. In a time-consuming process, starting with handpicking raw materials from gem dealers in Tel-Aviv, precious metals and stones are eventually transformed into beautiful objects of wearable art.