In the city of Akko (Acre in English), one place we stopped by was David Miro:
It's a family business (they moved to Israel from Iraq in the early 1950s). The son, who plans to lead the business one day as the next generation metal-worker, artist and craftsman, demonstrated how to make a simple copper bracelet. He then gave it to a woman in the audience.
There's much more to see at the store. (I wound up not buying anything, but I admired a lot of what I saw.)