HOLYGEMS, the world’s only jewelry manufacturer from gems mined from the Holy Land of Israel, makes its debut at the Jewelry Arabia last month in Bahrain.
The public can see the map as well as hundreds of other World War II - era documents since the Archives declassified them as part of their annual Open Access Day.
For the first time in Israel - A unique visitor center in Akko presents precious gems mined exclusively from Israel, set in the "HOLYGEMS" jewelry.
The jewelry includes parts of necklaces with beads, spacers, and silver rings from the Umm-al Nar culture’s zenith.
She currently has 30,000 pieces of inventory ready to go; and she’s just as confident in her product, if not more so than when she first had the idea for jewelry made out of zippers in 2014.
HolyGems CEO Tali Shalem-Taub recounted how her father discovered Israel's natural deposits of precious jewels all thanks to the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
HOLYGEMS' CEO to address the Jerusalem Post Conference,
It is described as "a necklace that symbolizes the return of the real prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the premiership."
Out of 37 samples of bone-made jewelry tested, 12 were found to be made of human bone, a third of all tested remains.
Jerusalem-based Yvel brings a luxury touch to NFT technology