Monday, December 27, 2010

Leather Accessories and Creations by Ayelet Shachar

If you're an accessories kind of woman or know someone who is? Today's feature is a shop that you won't want to pass up stopping by and taking a browse through!

AyeletShachar on EtsyAyeletShachar on Etsy has some of the most beautiful hand crafted leather belts, purses, clutches and other accessories that I've ever seen offered online.

Professional quality with an artisan's creative design behind their creation, the items this shop has to offer are sure to turn heads and delight the wearer whether it's yourself or if you're picking something out as a gift for someone else.


Sometimes, it's accessories that make the outfit, and this is going to be especially true when it comes to these beautiful pieces from Ayelet Shachar.

carefully handmade with an emphasis on quality, originality and inspiration derived from the natural world, these pieces are directly integrated with a mindfulness towards a woman's silhouette including its shape and curves.

The artist has a bachelors in art and design and although she has many artistic interests and endeavors, over the past few years she has most recently turned her attention to the art of sculpting leather accessories that fit harmoniously with the silhouette of a woman's body.

Her pieces are not just beautiful but unique among a world full of the mundane and you're sure to love a browse when you stop by to take a look!

TO VISIT AYELET SHACHAR'S SHOP ON ETSY, YOU CAN CLICK THE PICTURE ABOVE OR, IF YOU'D RATHER, CLICK RIGHT HERE!

You can also stop by to visit Aylet on Facebook or, of you prefer, on her blog.

3 comments:

natiloon said...

Hi there Gilliauna,
If you're up for some exciting Israeli design, come and visit my DesignBreak blog.
http://www.designbreakonline.com/
Sending a sunny smile from Israel,
Einat

ayelet shachar said...

Dear Gilliauna!
Thanks so much for this (-:
<3

megimix2000 said...

wonderful belts!

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