Ka Gold Jewelry

About Ka Gold Jewelry

Ka-gold-jewelry.com is a world leader in crafting and marketing unique, meaningful, and high-quality jewelry. All of our distinctive jewelry is based on one-of-a-kind models painstakingly created to exceptional detail by  internationally renowned artist, David Weitzman.
Ka-Gold Jewelry collections have been manufactured and shipped from Israel since 1998. Each impeccable item is offered gift-ready in a decorative package, which also contains a paper scroll that explains the meaning of the enclosed symbol as well as a string for pendant items.

The Ka-gold-jewelry.com team is wholeheartedly committed to providing each and every customer with the utmost personal service to assure their complete satisfaction.

Flower of Life
Golden mean spiral
Gordian Knot
Merkaba prana
Seed of Life
Flower of Life
Golden Mean Spiral
Christ Conciousness
Tree of Life
Vesica Pisces

Designer David Weitzman
Born in Israel where he continues to work and reside, David Weitzman is the visionary and driving force behind the globally acclaimed Ka-Gold Jewelry collections. Over the years, David has dedicated himself to searching for sacred knowledge and enhancing his own understanding of sacred concepts that include Kabbalah, sacred geometry, Egyptian wisdom, Jewish tradition, and Tibetan Buddhism among others.

In 1998, David began his artisan jewelry-making journey by crafting the Merkaba Pendant—a symbol epitomizing healing and protection. The overwhelming response he received   from customers detailing drastic changes they had experienced in their lives upon wearing the pendant encouraged him to continue creating and distributing these and other meaningful spiritual symbols all over the world.

Sacred Geometry
Many Ka-Gold Jewelry product designs are based on sacred geometry shapes. This term describes the geometrical laws, which are thought to be the basis for how everything in existence was created. Sacred geometry has been used by mathematicians, geometricians, spiritual seekers, anthropologists and archaeologists as a framework that encompasses the religious, philosophical, and spiritual beliefs that have developed around geometry in all major cultures during the course of human history.