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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.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 16 reviews
    Janice S.
    Lovely, meaningful gift

    I purchased three and intend to purchase more. They are a comforting gift for those facing medical problems as well as the people who love and pray for them.

    Shelley G.
    Healing prayer necklace, mah jongg purse & earrings

    Everything arrived in a short period of time. Looks like picture.

    Traci s.
    Mi Sheberach prayer wheel

    One of my favorite Jewish prayers. Beautifully made in necklace form.

    Diane R.
    Meaningful product, great service

    I wanted to get this item for a friend who had surgery for ovarian cancer. Her chemo was coming up shortly and I wanted to get it to her before that was started so I emailed the Modern Tribe website, told them of my timeline and lo and behold it was shipped out the next day and arrived just in time for my friend's first chemo treatment. Very caring service. By the way, I liked the product so much I ordered one for myself because I was having a different kind of surgery.

    KAREN K.

    My very close friend was going to be going through breast cancer surgery and radiation treatments. She called me to tell me that healing prayer wheel would be with her throughout her ordeal, and that it brought her great comfort.