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    More about Emily Rosenfeld

    Emily started making her own jewelry in 1991 in Oakland, CA, running her business out of a Murphy bed closet. Now settled in Western Massachusetts, with a view of birch trees and a river she swims in during the summer, her studio is in a converted factory building filled with other artists. She feels continually inspired to develop new designs and play with new materials and techniques. 

    She is privileged and thankful to be part of the immensely supportive and loving community of craftspeople and crafts buyers. Making her work makes her very happy and she hopes owning it brings a measure of joy as well.

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    Lisa V.
    Beautiful gift item

    Since I am a Physician and now a Rabbi also, I needed a thoughtful gift item for a friend. I wrote in the note, “ just what the Doctor ordered!” The rings spin around with ease and it is a tactile way to pray with that certain Kavanah ( intention). Sure to please young and old.

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    Jay L.
    Inspired, beautiful and the only one of its kind

    I spent days searching the web for a Me-sheh-BAY-rach item that i could give to those who are unwell, so that they would know I am thinking about them and praying for them. When I found this Rosenfeld item, i knew it was PERFECT in every way. I can save you days of time by saying there is nothing else like this (at the moment) on the web, no where on Etsy, no at Judaica web sites, nothing close to conveying that my prayers are with you, other than a Hallmark greeting card, which is so fleeting and temporary. The finished piece is beautiful.

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    Laurie A.
    Mi Shel Berach Refuah prayer

    This is personally meaningful to carry with me when I want to make prayers for those in need including myself sometimes. Todah Rabah
    Laurie

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    Alan

    Healing Prayer Wheel Keychain by Emily Rosenfeld

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    Krab b.
    Very nice

    Nice. Good quality and looks. Sincere words of wisdom