The Harry Oppenheimer Diamond Museum in
The Israeli designer community initiated the idea and the
Twenty-five jewelers designed and created the jewelry, which were designed in a variety of materials – gold, silver, iron, steel, stainless steel, copper, bronze, perspex, and wood.
The name of the exhibit, "On the Point of a Diamond," uses one of the common names for the culet of a diamond and hints that a diamond set in a piece of jewelry lends it added interest but that the design of a jewel and meticulous care in every single detail while manufacturing it are of no less importance.
Exhibit: On the Point of a Diamond
Dates: January 2010-August 2010
Curators: Ms. Batya Wang and Mr. Yehuda Kassif firstname.lastname@example.org