ISRAEL – Jewelry can serve as a statement piece to complete one’s ‘outfit of the day,’ but it can serve an even more special purpose, used only for unique occasions and events. Jewelry can even be passed down from one generation to the next, especially if it features a stunning, unique design that cannot be seen anywhere else.
This is precisely the case with the jewelry made by Hila Alon Studio, with each piece more special and unique than the next. Hila Alon is a famous jewelry designer in Israel, and she is known for jewelry made and designed with only the best thought, care, and love. Hila Alon knows that jewelry can also act as a symbolic piece. This is why she creates jewelry based on ancient, solid techniques and methods involving stamping, melting, sewing, carving, and force and release. At the end of each process, the result is a fantastic, striking piece of jewelry that stands a cut above the commercially made available today.
Now, Hila Alon Studio has more to offer, particularly in terms of its range of necklaces. The array is more gorgeous than ever, with pieces that feature more styles and designs based on the inherent beauty of nature and more pendant sizes.
One particularly noticeable piece is the gold necklace with a tulip pendant, a handcrafted piece signifying eternal love, and a necklace chain length of 40cm, along with a pendant size of 14 – 17mm. Each piece of jewelry is nickel-free, and customers can also select from two primary materials: .925 silver or gold-plated with 24ct gold.
Other designs are now also available, from gold necklaces with lotus pendants (big and small), silk or gold necklaces with grape clusters, necklaces with eye pendants, and more.
About the company:
Hila Alon Studio has long had a solid reputation as one of the most creative designers of various pieces of jewelry, and the Hila Alon Studio collection includes both necklaces and earrings and more. To browse through the even more extensive array of beautiful, handmade jewelry pieces offered by the jewelry studio, visit the website today.