About Avi Luvaton
The living embodiment of our ageless faith, Judaica is the most functional of all Jewish art – and Luvaton Judaica represents the finest example of this tradition. For two decades the gallery has presented Avi Luvaton’s collections and personalized creations that bless beautiful homes around the word.
With galleries all over the country, including Avi Luvaton Gallery in the David Citadel Hotel and the Avi Luvaton Jewelry Shop in Mamilla Mall, Luvaton has gained a reputation among his worldwide clientele as a brilliant designer for a luxury lifestyle.
Clients have come to expect an exceptional level of excellence and innovation in each of Avi Luvaton’s unique creations. As a designer he prides himself not only on the beauty achieved through his tireless endeavor for perfection, but also on the functionality that is a result of careful attention to craftsmanship and detail. Luvaton is present along every step of the process of production from the initial designs to the last polish. Each of his pieces is born of his own unparalleled artistic vision.
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New at the Gallery
Avi Luvaton has recently introduced new collection pieces in his Gallery. Although the designs are original, they still adhere to the high standards that have come to be synonymous with the Luvaton name. The collection includes a Family Candelabra inspired by the simple sheaf of wheat, which in Judaism has come to represent prosperity and abundance. He has taken this common image and transformed it into an artistic and inspiring blessing for a unified family. Also recently introduced, is a collection of “Water Flower” Mezuzahs whose inspiration was drawn from the beautiful Hula Lake in northern Israel and the plants that thrive there. Each mezuzah is a striking, yet delicate, tribute to the beauty of Israel.
Avi Luvaton Gallery
Where: David Citadel Hotel, 7 King David Street, Jerusalem
Avi Luvaton Jewelry Shop
Where: 9 Shlomo Hamelech Street, Mamilla Mall, Jerusalem
Avi Luvaton Studio
Where: Dror Eleil Street, Chutzot Hayotzer Artist’s Colony, Jerusalem
Photos: Barry Kaplan and Avi Luvaton