IDI Opens New Diamond Jewelry Exhibit at Harry Oppenheimer Diamond Museum



 A new exhibition of diamond jewelry, designed by members of the Israel Community of Designers, opened Thursday at the Harry Oppenheimer Diamond Museum.

The exhibition shows the works of 25 contemporary jewelry designers. They were each provided with 3 carats of diamonds by Israeli diamond companies, valued at $5,000. The only directive given to the designers was that each piece of jewelry must contain diamonds.

The exhibition is jointly curated by Batia Wang, head of the Jewelry Designers section of the Community of Designers and Yehuda Kassif, art director of the museum.

The exhibition is designed by Ayal Schoenbaum of Tukan Designs, who is also participating in the exhibition as a jewelry designer.

At the conclusion of the exhibition, the jewelry will be placed for sale.