Israeli fashion jewelry brand, Ginzburg Jewelry, lets fantasy explode with amazing pieces.
She is from Israel. Her pieces are fresh, bright, and want to be worn every day. Her name is Liat Ginzburg
and what most distinguishes her collection from the others is her ability to put various elements from the 70s and 80s, such as plastic, rubber, Perspex and wood, together.
Color is a determinant factor in setting the mood of her fashion pieces. It’s a charge of vivacity that renders the pieces electric and communicative. Yes, because Liat Ginzburg draws inspiration from Tel Aviv nightlife. She “photographs” live scenes that she personally experienced and transfers the perceived intimacy to her necklaces, bracelets, and earrings she designed for her Technicolor, Afriqueen, Drama, Midas, and Toy Story jewelry collections.
Dolls, fairy tale characters, animals and lots of miniature toys take on a new decorative roll as ornaments in her jewelry. In addition, she gets many ideas from photography, poetry and art.
Everything is hand-crafted and harmonizes non-precious materials creating a captivating and eclectic result.
I'm not much on the dolls, or fairy tale pieces, but I love the others.