Saturday, April 19, 2008
We've had requests for some lower cost wedding tiaras and circlets, and , we finally have some.
These are a little different look from our own exclusive hand cast designs, but they fill a niche, and are perfect for those who want something for one time use, or just something of a different style.
Right now I've only put of three of the dozen or so tiara designs that will be up soon, but you'll get the idea of what these are like.
They are hand made, mostly of wire that has been twisted, hammered and wrapped, to create very unique and stylish designs in both gold and silver tones. some have cabochons as well.
Keeping with our commitment to provide one of the best selections of wedding tiaras, bridal tiaras, tiaras for costume, ritual and theatre, look for more styles to be included in our collection all the time.
A little about Tiaras at Wikipedia. Also, check out our Celtic Jewelry as well.
Posted by Bramsan at 10:05 AM
Thursday, April 10, 2008
In spite of a sketchy economy, we're still seeing a steady demand for Celtic jewelry of all kinds.
The number of visitors to our site at uniquecelticjewelry.com has remained steady, though the months of February and March were challenging in terms of actual sales.
It seems to be getting back to normal in April, with sales of Celtic tiaras picking up noticeably, which could be because of the need for spring and summer weddings.
One of the reasons why Celtic jewelry is still in demand, is because it is not a trendy jewelry niche, but one that is based on heritage, and the timeless allure of Celtic knot designs, and other Celtic symbols, such as the Spiral, Triskele, Triquetra, Claddagh and others.
We are continuing to add new items to our online store, so look for an even greater selection of Celtic jewelry, Celtic pendants, Celltic earrings, wedding tiaras, bridal circlets, and other Celtic designs.
Also, if you are interested in inspirational art prints, please check out artservingspirit.com.
Posted by Bramsan at 6:14 PM
Wednesday, April 2, 2008
It the time of year for our first Scottish Games, the Sacramento Scottish Games, held in woodland California.
This is one of our favorites of the year. It is fairly close to home (300 miles), the weather is usually good, and the crowds are usually good as well.
The Sacramento Games usually has great entertainment (this year Wicked Tinkers and Men of Worth), and is a friendly crowd, which is how they advertise it as well.
We'll be bringing some of our new circlets, as well as some new mammoth tusk carvings. We'll also have our usual selection of Celtic pendants, Celtic earrings, and rings, including large rings for the gents.
We'll be in the Ag building, which is on the left, about 50 yeards after entering through the front gate.
We hope to see you there!