Anyone with an affinity towards jewelry would say that they have pieces which carry sentimental value-perhaps a grandmother’s ring or a necklace received for an anniversary. However, Israeli jewelry designer, Sarah Feld has taken meaningful jewelry to a whole new level.
Sarah is the brain behind the popular “RingSaver” ® necklace, a beautiful pendant with a subtle hook. The unique design helps women know where their rings are at all times. When a woman removes her rings to wash her hands, apply cream or for any number of other reasons, she can simply hang them on her necklace.
“The RingSaver was the first jewelry I designed,” shared Sarah with Israel365. “I kept losing my rings when I would take them off to wash my hands or do household chores. It was becoming ridiculous.” Designed and crafted in Israel, the RingSaver is an innovative way to safeguard your rings.
Originally from New Jersey, Sarah moved to Israel in 1981. She presently lives in Beit El, located in the northern Jerusalem hills and the place of Jacob’s famous biblical dream when angels ascended and descended on a ladder from Heaven. She is the mother to five and a grandmother to many.
Sarah’s sparkle is not only through her jewelry. She was a sought-after doula (labor support) and childbirth educator for nearly 30 years. Actively involved in her community, she also facilitates memoir and creative writing for golden agers and offers guided imagery and inner child work for growth and healing. She is a published author of human interest articles, books of poetry and political commentary, sometimes under a pseudonym.
Her poetry books, Your Voice I See and Generation of the Desert have received wide accolades from readers and well known authors alike. Shifrah Devorah Witt, MA, MFA Writer, Editor, Creative Writing Coach, said, “Sarah Feld’s poetry dares to ask hard questions and explore their answers.” Debbie Shapiro, published author, writes, “Sarah’s powerful poetry conveys a deep, all-encompassing love for the Land of Israel and her nation. I found myself moved to tears.”
With her Land of Israel- and Jewish-themed jewelry designs and books, Sarah Feld has taken her wide-ranging talents and streamlined them into items that people love.
The beautiful, wearable art with meaning, RingSavers ® come in the shape of a pomegranate, a heart at whose center is the Land of Israel, and a Jewish star with a dove nesting cozily. There is also Miriam’s tambourine (which actually tinkles) and a globe with the words ‘God’s glory fills the world’ inscribed in Hebrew.
“Through my jewelry and books, I try to express love and faith in God, the Jewish people and Israel,” Sarah shared. “Yes, the jewelry is innovative and made in Israel with high-quality standards, and people have told me how much they gain from reading my books. But, I also like to think that my designs and poetry help to bring redemption a bit closer.”