The Michal Taharlev 2014 jewelry collection embodies an aesthetic of simplistic elegance. Based in Tel Aviv, Israel, the talented designer studied at Shenkar College and graduated from the institution in 2011.
After studying textile design, Taharlev began to collect unused weaving looms and opened her own studio where she worked to revive traditional weaving practices while experimenting with modern materials.
Produced in Israel, the incredible result of the designer's many years of hard work is a line of tribal-inspired accessories that are a minimal take on ethnic motifs. The statement pieces from the Michal Taharlev 2014 jewelry collection are crafted in both gold and silver toned metals. The jewels vary from geometric necklaces and fringe-accented earrings to chunky ring accessories that are perfect for a fashionable night on the town.
Tribal Minimalism Accessories
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Hippie Flower Rings
Celestial Star Cuffs
Budget-Friendly Baroque Accessories
Oversized Gemstone Rings
Clay Bracelet Accents