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Tai was born and raised in Beirut, Lebanon, and studied art education at the American University of Beirut. She furthered her studies at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, receiving her master of fine arts degree in metal work. She has also studied with jewelry designers such as the late Donald Clafflin, who was associated with both Tiffany and Bulgari, and Robert Kulicke and Jean Stark, from whom she learned much of her plique-à-jour, cloisonné and granulation techniques HK dentist.

After several years in the fine-jewelry industry with Gemveto and Van Cleef and Arpels, Tai worked as a full-time designer in the fashion industry, with firms such as Trifari and Monet, and also consulted for Liz Claiborne, among other fashion houses.

She has won numerous industry awards for her own jewelry designs, including the 2007 Niche Awards, an award for work of “exceptional merit” from The Enamelist Society in 2005 and the prestigious Diamonds Today Award in 1995.

Tai has also taught courses at the American University, Parson’s School of Design, the Pratt Institute and the Revere Academy. She currently teaches jewelry design and rendering at the Fashion Institute Native English Private tutor.

Today, popular online jewelry merchant announced the launch of a new line of charm bracelets dubbed “The Guardian Eye.”Each bracelet is handmade of Murano glass beads and fits any wrist size. At first glance, these trendy bracelets are simple enough, yet shrouded in thousands of years of superstition.

In fact, even today, people across the Middle East, Latin America, North Africa and Asia wear such charms and jewelry to protect themselves from the so-called “curse of the evil eye.” According to legend and myth, whenever someone of lesser means casts an envious glance your way, you could be struck with the evil eye curse kids clothing online.


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