David Weitzman is more than a jewelry
designer. He’s a man with a passion for helping people. His strong
presence and ability to help those around him come from spending many
years of his life studying sacred knowledge from around the world.
David finds himself inspired by the generous feedback from people experiencing
enormous life changes through wearing his jewels. Since the release
of the Merkaba pendant, Ka Gold Jewelry’s first design released
in 1998 as a symbol of healing and protection, David has created dozens
of jewels designed to inspire positive changes in people’s lives.
David prides himself on honesty, openness, and being a great truth-seeker. From
an early age, David realized that his view of life and reality was quite different
from that of the most people around him. He devoted his life to seeking the
greater truths from the world’s religions and cultures by studying the
fields of Kabbalah, Judaism, Buddhism, eastern spirituality and ancient wisdom.
That sacred knowledge is what David shares with you through his jewel designs.
He understands that sacred geometry and spiritual symbols from around the world
tie everything in life together. Certain symbols offer strength, healing, or
other benefits and inspirations. When David achieves a new understanding of
a symbol, he shares it with the world through his jewels to empower the wearer
and share his knowledge and greater truths.
Seeker of Unity
David’s work transcends cultural, religious, and even language barriers.
He speaks in the language of sacred symbols, from around the world, and understood
around the world. David’s jewels aim to unite people in a world that often
seeks to divide them. People everywhere share values such as health, love, and
a connection with something greater than themselves. David’s designs are
meant to inspire the wearers to bring that fulfillment to their lives.
Connected with Nature
The sacred symbols found within David’s jewel designs are found extensively
throughout nature, from plants to the cellular structure of humans and animals.
David is able to express these symbols brilliantly through his own deep connection
David is an avid nature lover, with a passion for both plants and animals. His
home is filled with cats and dogs, and his studio houses six large aquariums
with many beautiful discus fish. He engages with nature on a daily basis, interacting
with the world around him, where all things and creatures are subject to the
same sacred geometrical laws you can find in his jewels.