Adina Plastelina was created in 2003 by designers Adi and Sam
The brand specializes in the design of sterling silver and gold jewelry combined with polymer clay,
See how we've created the smallest pattern in the world of the legendary pop icon, Marilyn Monroe.
About the our craft:
In the second half of the 15th century BC, about 3500 years ago, the Mesopotamians developed a technique for creating multicolored glass tools and jewelry. The technique underwent tremendous development in Ancient Egypt and reached its greatest heights in Hellenistic and Roman workshops. It was known as 'mosaic glass'. There are three stages in the creation of mosaic glass patterns: first, a few glass rods of different colors are held together in an arrangement reflecting the desired pattern and fused into one rod of many colors. Second, the composite rod is stretched out with pliers into a long, thin thread. The pattern formed earlier doesn't change, but becomes increasingly smaller. Third and last, the colorful rod is cut into slices, each now showing a one-dimensional image on its face.
Over the years, the technique made its way to many different places across the globe, until finally reaching
The most significant difference between the mosaic/
To complete the process, the surface of the pendant is coated with transparent enamel, giving it a shiny, glassy, and rich look.