Orly Eisbart developed a deep appreciation for exceptional craftsmanship and impeccable design at a young age. Her father, a celebrated furniture designer in Tel Aviv, helped hone Orly’s eye for highly curated art. When the family moved from Israel to the United States, when Orly was 10 years old, her father found an opportunity in jewelry, ultimately opening an estate jewelry shop. This early exposure to the world of exceptional fine jewelry had an immediate impact on Orly, even if she found her way back to the craft via a circuitous route.
After studying fine art and design in college, Orly spent two years living in India, studying yoga and garnering knowledge of Eastern philosophical traditions. She fell profoundly in love with the country, its vibrant culture and exuberant colors, relishing in its complexities, intricacies and rich textures. Upon her return to the United States, Orly began working in textile design in New York City before returning to Miami to be with her family.
With a world view expanded by her lived experiences, and fully committed to embracing her spiritual practice, a vision that came to her during meditation compelled Orly to create a spiritually inspired collection of jewelry that could contribute to the well-being of others.