There is a trend in the Health and Wellness communities as well as Yoga Ashrams to use gongs as a meditation tool. “Gong Baths” are becoming more and more popular within these communities.Continue reading →
In the past, many people used these special Mala Bags and pouches to keep their collection of prayer or collectable, (often valuable), beads. Today these affordable handbags make great gifts.Continue reading →
Remember as kids how we would collect glass beads to make our own bracelets, necklaces or works of art? Or, maybe you liked to collect items for a charm bracelet. Now that we have “grown up” it doesn’t mean that you can’t still enjoy collecting and adorning yourself with bead work pendants and charms.Continue reading →
Are you a picker or a collector? If you have ever seen the reality show American Pickers on The History Channel, you’ll have a good idea what this article is all about. But this time, the pickings are halfway around the world. From Thailand to Burma, the treasures are hidden all about. The trick is finding them and making the right deal at the right price.
For over 30 years, Tiger Tiger, aka Matt and Susan, have been tramping through several countries hunting and picking for rare, one-of-a-kind antiques and artifacts. Unfortunately, Susan is no longer among the living, but is still a partner in Spirit.
It’s not too late! Robert Burkett is a world-renowned jewelry maker and has been called the Finest Bead-Maker in America. He works primarily in silver and shibuichi, an ancient Japanese process where silver is mixed with copper to produce stunning arrays of color and form. Yet, there is a strong possibility he will not be producing these collectible items much longer. His pieces are crafted by hand using the lost wax casting technique. Highly collectible and treasured, his style is uniquely his own. Sometimes imitated, but never matched!
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A First of it’s Kind.
There is an old adage in business; “If there is enough need or demand, the market will find a way to fill that demand.” And that is exactly what is happening as The San Francisco Tribal & Textile Art Show 2021 is under way for it’s second day as a ‘Virtual Event’ for the first time ever.Continue reading →