If you’re in the market for well-priced jewelry with the potential to turn quickly, consider the work of David Tishbi, whose sterling and 14k gold pieces start at a retail price of just $50 (in fact, the bulk of his work retails for under $1,000). All of the jewelry is made in Israel, has an organic look that is often oxidized, and some of his styles have already been picked up by the Sundance catalog, among some 500 other U.S. retail clients. The continuity in Tishbi’s 10 different collections–one for each year he’s been desiging–is the hammered finishes and modest gold accents. If the following styles pique your interest, consider a closer look at more of Tishbi’s designs.
Filigree details in the Eden collection.
Bold styling in the Embrace collection.
Bracelets from various collections.
Colored stones are the focal point in the Metamorphic collection.
David Tishbi, Los Angeles; (877) 384-7424; www.davidtishbi.com.
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