Jacqui Pott on Mar 21, 2016
Really lovely. Good quality wood.
One woman with a global dream
I have always been creative, whether it be writing, painting, crocheting or knitting.
I love the process of turning a vision into reality and when I create a feel at peace and truly serene and focused.
I find African American history fascinating, inspiring and so often under appreciated. I strive to make beautiful keepsake jewelry that also tell a story, that inspire and remind us of our heritage. African American history is American history so my jewelry is for anyone who feels inspired and empowered by it.
The continent of Africa is beautiful in so many ways. It is the birthplace of man, it holds so many riches from natural resources to traditions, food and people. I create earrings that can be worn by women from any walk of life. We should all feel comfortable showing our love for the motherland, no matter where we are or what we wear.
All items in my store are handmade by me in my home.
Owner, Maker, Shipper
Hi my name is Cécile and I am the brains and the brawn behind Triburban. I have known how to knit and crochet since middle school and I began making jewelry in 2010. I love making tribal inspired and urban fashion jewelry and accessories.
Winfred is a talented artist and graphic designer who hails from Montgomery, AL. He attended SCAD in Savannah, GA and designed the bronze roundels on the Rosa Parks Library Museum in Montgomery.
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
Returns & exchanges
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