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May 23, 2013 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-05-23

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"Our customers really like them,
and they like to be able to say they
have the same bracelet that was at
the Oscars:' said Terri Herman, an
owner at Emery's Creative Jewelers
in Farmington Hills.
The bracelets are made from
Swarovski crystals and curved wire
that holds its shape so there is no
clasp. They can be ordered to the
customer's color and design specifi-
cations in sizes from infant to adult,
with optional matching earrings.
"I just made one for a teenager
who wore it to her prom and a
friend ordered four in 'breast can-
cer awareness' pink to celebrate her
sister's survival and recovery:' York
said. She also sells them in group-
ings, with a bridal set available in
clear, silver and gold.
"The family birthstone bracelet
is one of the newer designs:' she
said. "Each stone on the bracelet
represents the birthstone of a fam-
ily member."
York is amazed that her bracelets
are making their way to the real-
ity TV series Big Rich Texas and

Dancing with the Stars.
And now she is working on
creations to be featured at the
Mommy/Baby Gifting Event in
Hollywood later this month, with
special bracelets made for perform-
er Jessica Simpson and a personal-
ized one for her daughter, Maxwell.
After that, her designs will be fea-
tured at an Emmy gifting event the
week of the awards ceremony.
"As a direct result of the Oscars'
Gifting Event, Love, Judy Designs
has been tapped to appear in fall
issues of New York magazine and
People magazine's 'Style Watch;
Kirschner said. "This is a huge
feather in her hat!"
"My head is spinning from this
sudden change in my life and the
flurry of activity that came with it:'
York said.
"It doesn't seem real sometimes
to know that a piece of my jewelry
is in that market, but it's very cool
and very fun," she said.
Often working into the early
morning hours, she admits with no
trace of complaint: "I need sleep ...
and elves:'

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Yad Ezra's 23rd


annual fundraising event

Nicole and
Matt Lester

2013 honorees

Sherri and Jim Ketai
Rachel and Josh Opperer

Dinner Fundraising Co-chairpeople

Nancy Kleinfeldt

October 9, 2013

Strolling Supper and Short Program
Congregation Shaarey Zedek


Yad Ezra

For more information call (248) 548-3663

check us out online! www.yadezra.org

Feeding Hungry Jewish Families

A teacher takes a hand, opens a mind
and touches a heart. Forever.

You have touched so many hearts!
We are so proud of you and wish
you a fulfilling, meaningful and joyous
"second act" as you retire from
45 wonderful years of teaching
Hebrew and Judaic Studies.

Love, Judy Designs jewelry and
Judy York's other jewelry and
knit creations are available by
contacting her at (248) 977-0392
or lovejudydesigns@aol.com. Prices
start at $25. Some items are carried
at Emery's Creative Jewelers in
Farmington Hills, Artloft Gallery in
Birmingham, Unique in Northville,
Hands On Leather in Plymouth and
Too Chic Boutique in Keego Harbor.

Larry and Sue,
Jeff and Nancy,
Jenifer and Mitch,
Evan, Stephanie,
Mitch, Eden, Jesse,
lan, Lexy and Jake.

May 23 • 2013


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