Eastory Review

Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Eastory.com is an online, independent venture, and has no political agendas, but the will to create an independent business contributing to making life in the Holy Land better for all.

They believe in:

Openness: Eastory strives for an interfaith & intercultural discourse, and welcomes to its website people of all beliefs and nationalities. Cause Related: All of the content and products on Eastory.com is made and produced in the Holy Land and by people of the Holy Land.

Corporate Philanthropy: Eastory donates 2% of its annual revenues to charities based in the Holy Land. As part of the purchasing process, you will be able to choose where you would like your money to make an impact, or simply allow them to select a worthy cause. For more information please visit their donation section.

Professionalism: Eastory believes that a land and a cause close to the hearts of so many individuals around the world deserve to be brought closer to them in a professional way. they will do all they can to realize their vision in a professional, honest and meaningful way.

Innovative Vision:
They strive to be the best gateway to the Holy Land. Eastory brings a fresh approach with a new and engaging platform, allowing people from around the world to interact with the Holy Land, in a way that is beneficial for all participants.

Some of their collaborators: Lilach, MEET (Middle East Education through Technology), and The Peres Centre for Peace.

Eastory serves happy customers around the world: USA, Mexico, UK, Canada, Italy, Poland, China, Croatia, Brazil, Sweden, Germany, Greece, and more!

I had the opportunity to review their Gold Beads Silver Necklace ($169), which is A handmade Sterling Silver necklace knitted in a very unique and delicate way with Gold filled beads interwoven along the necklace. This is a beautiful piece of jewelry that is beautifully handmade! This is one of the pieces of jewelry that I will definitely be taking with me on my vacation trip.

Einat Paz, the designer lives and creates in Kibutz Glil-Yam. Her Jewelry is made of gold filled, silver and silk wires, knitted in a very unique, delicate way. Pearls, precious stones or Swarowski crystals are incorporated in the necklaces, bracelets, rings and earrings.

The product in this review was provided to the reviewer for keeps and the purpose of writing a review. This in no way effects the quality of the review provided. No monetary exchange occurred in exchange for the writing of the review. The views expressed in this review are strictly that of the reviewer. All reviews provided here are the work of the reviewer and remain completely unbiased.

Turquoise & Gold Cocktail Ring by Einat Paz $74

Peacock Copper Pendant by Tal Raz $63.75

Paizely Leather Necklace by Hagar Satat $105