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Our Story

We are love and to love is our nature. Where there is Love, there is ecstasy and where there is ecstasy, there is love. The more we love, the more we can love, and the more intensely we can love. Love is limitless.
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Our Philosophy


The inspiration for our ultra-feminine jewelry collection is the divine feminine form, beauty, and sensuality. Each piece brings together sacred meanings & symbols from across centuries that will help invoke your inner goddess and channel your divine femininity.

As far back as the Old Stone Age (Paleolithic Era), long before the patriarch rulers began repressing women and teach us to worship male gods, the Great Mother Goddess was worshipped across our planet.  She was seen, as the divine made immanent in the natural world expressed in the diversity of all forms of life and death, in alignment with the cycles and seasons of the earth – she is Mother Nature (the Divine Feminine).

Women are the physical embodiment of the divine feminine and as such are able to perform acts of creation in the form of birth. The ancient ones recognized this and rightly deemed women’s bodies as vehicles of life and women as sacred.  Prehistoric artifacts like the Venus of Hohle Fels (40,000 BCE), the Venus of Willendorf (28,000 BCE), and the Venus of Brassempouy (25,000 BCE) attest to Goddess worship and ancient societies belief that the Goddess is the fountain from which all life emanated.

A goddess’s power lies in her ability to love herself and embrace the totality of her being.  Therefore, in Goddess based societies the naked female form and sensuality was honored and revered. The repression and slut shamming that women have been subjected to throughout history counteracts this. With our jewelry collection our tribe seeks to inspire you to self-love and embrace your inner goddess. The imminence of love is self-love; you yourself are worthy of your unconditional love. Love you more and give yourself permission to celebrate your femininity without hindrance from the chronic guilt society has placed around it.

-Celestin Cornielle