Inspired-jewelry design expo opening in Moshav Bat Shlomo

Fourteen designers have tried to express their inner fairy-tale side through various materials and colors.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
April 22, 2009 11:27
Inspired-jewelry design expo opening in Moshav Bat Shlomo

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A group exhibition of jewelry inspired by fairy tales will open at the Gallerina gallery in Moshav Bat Shlomo, between Zichron Ya'acov and Yokneam, on May 1. This is the third year a commissioned jewelry show has been organized. The 14 designers have tried to express their inner fairy-tale side through various materials and colors. The gallery, housed in a 120-year-old building, is open on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and also features a cafe.

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