Silver Sparkling Stars Howlite Beads Hoops
Hoops are one of the season's biggest trends and we love Mirit Weinstock's beaded version. Handmade in Israel from sterling silver and marble finish howlite beads. To spice things up, this extravagant pair features two silver electroformed studs, which go perfectly with the contrasting grey beads. Wear them with your hair swept back to show off this unique style. Wear them day or night.
- Material: 925 Sterling Silver
- Stones: Marble finish Howlite
- Hoop total diameter: 3 cm
About Mirit Weinstock
Mirit Weinstock is a fashion designer, jewelry designer and artist who lives and works between Tel Aviv and Paris.
Mirit has worked alongside masters, such as Alexander McQueen and Albar Elbaz. In their studios she specialized in couture fashion and its relation to crafts.
She launched her own fashion label in 2004, and in 2011 her own jewelry label, both of which are successful internationally. In 2013 Mirit graduated Bezalel’s Master’s program in Fine Arts.
Mirit Weinstock Jewelry is an international, high end luxury crafts jewelry label.
Drawing her inspiration from childhood memories, classic fashion periods and the natural world Mirit Weinstock presents an original, dreamy poetic jewelry collection with a touch of humor.
In her jewelry Mirit uses materials such as Shuttlecock feathers, raffia fibers, eyelashes, garland and paper, she transfers them into jewelry working with silver, gold and pearls.
Her modern approach of jewelry and bold combinations of materials led her to win international recognition and to have her work exhibited at top boutiques around the world such Isetan Tokyo, Hankyu Osaka, Opening Ceremony, Fenwick, London. Mirit Was selected for “Vogue Talents Italy” in 2012.
Make a conscious choice and select from our sustainable brands to contribute to our efforts to a greener future world. Mirit Weinstock's jewellery is all ethically produced by hand. It is produced in a way that demonstrably contributes to achieving the economic, social, and environmental sustainability of the localities where the product’s materials were sourced or mined and processed and where the product itself was manufactured, without undermining the sustainability of communities elsewhere.