Ayala Bar

Ayala Bar combines beads and soft tassels with jagged surfaces; matte textures with shiny metals. The possibilities are boundless and anything can trigger a creative impulse.
At the beginning in the 1980’s jewelry was simply a means of earning a living for Ayala. Most jewelry then tended to be made of precious metals such as gold and silver. Being an outsider, Ayala actually had an advantage. Her designs were different. Unexpected. They incorporated materials that were unconventional: metals with fabrics, beads, plaster, wood and different findings. She was actually selling miniature artifacts. The initial collections had mosaic-like qualities to them, virtually reminiscent of the ancient Byzantine era. Through time, her design aesthetics have increasingly reflected influences in the fashion world and seasonal color changes.
Here’s an inside look at the Ayala Bar studio…

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