Define Your Unique Style with Tribal Jewelry: Featuring Cupid's Arrow Boar Tusk Necklace
Recently, I started shooting videos of my handmade jewelry creations. It surely is time-consuming & somewhat challenging to shoot and edit videos but once you get the hang of it the results are definitely worth it.
Jewelry, especially handmade products like mine that reflect the soul of their designer in their unique features, get the most appreciation when the admirer checks them out in a physical store. You have to touch the jewelry, look at it under the light to see how it shines and changes its gorgeous sparkles and colors. Feel its weight &presence and most importantly see how well in compliments your unique style.
However, it is also important for the jewelry artist to reach out to the world and let more and more people admire their marvelous designs. Fortunately, the internet with many online stores and marketplaces have made that possible. To achieve that one must present the jewelry creations as completely as accurately as possible using well composed photos and even better nicely prepared videos.
A picture is worth a thousand words they say. And a typical video has many many moving pictures. So I will let you do the math as I present to you the Cupid's Arrow Boar Tusk Necklace I have handmade recently. If you like this necklace, I have many more boar tusk necklace designs featuring an amazing variety of gemstones, corals and silver charms. So here it is:
For your convenience I have included the story of this necklace below and some photos.
In classical mythology, Cupid is the god of desire, erotic love, attraction and affection. Cupid's Arrow Tribal Necklace is a one-of-a-kind example of how elegant and modern tribal jewelry can be. This necklace features a magnificent boar tusk with a Sterling silver end-cap which has been ethically resourced. The Sterling silver clasp with turquoise gemstone is truly unique in terms of its design and how it engages with the boar tusk. Necklace contains many antique coral & glass beads collected from Africa and bazaars of Istanbul. Ceramic pieces are re-purposed from ancient tiles that are at least a century-old. Ancient meets the modern in this amazing necklace which you will fall in love with.
Materials: Sterling silver, African Beads, Seaglass Beads, Lapis Lazuli & Agate Beads, Ancient Ceramics, Turquoise Beads, Coral Beads, Jade Beads, Wild Boar Tusk Handmade