The Unabashed Journey of Katia Rabey in the World of Jewelry Design – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

The Unabashed Journey of Katia Rabey in the World of Jewelry Design

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Welcome to the unique world of Katia Rabey – a multifaceted individual of Russian heritage who migrated to Israel. Her adventurous spirit led her to organize impactful jewelry exhibitions in Russia with topics that dared to question societal norms.

Despite facing criticism and global calamities, Katia’s unyielding voice resonates through her vibrant, emotion-packed jewelry pieces. As a pioneer in her field, she runs ‘Rabeyka’, her own brand that offers playful, meaningful, and customized pieces. So, step into the mesmerizing universe of Katia Rabey’s jewelry, where every piece tells a story.

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