The film depicts something that is innate within human nature, love. That’s why I wanted to do something special for all the people looking to show their love with the release of stunning Hummingbird jewelry.
(PRWEB) July 21, 2016
Back in 2004, a private detective donated a silent film to the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, after receiving it as payment for a recent job. The reel had turned out to be a long-lost silent film from the 20’s, depicting the lives of the Kiowa and Comanche Tribes. While the film was in good shape, it still needed to be restored, leading to the newsworthy event of the film’s release in 2016, made available on blue-ray as well.
The film depicts Native American romances and the love triangle of two warring tribes. The film retains a special essence as it shows what life was like at this time in this culture. NativeAmericanJewelry.com was delighted to hear the news of this historic find and decided to create a new release of jewelry based around the theme of romance.
The company has featured Native American art and jewelry, exclusively, since they were founded and continue to work with artisans of various tribes to bring their culture to the general public.
The spokesman for the site, Steven Onida, gave a statement with this new release of jewelry. “I was enamored by the discovery. The film depicts something that is innate within human nature, love. That’s why I wanted to do something special for all the people looking to show their love with the release of stunning Hummingbird jewelry.”
In many Native American cultures, the hummingbird is seen as a symbol of love, happiness, and devotion. The symbol is often seen with a pair of hummingbirds and is believed to provide good fortune to the couples that brandish the symbol on their person.
The collection features beautiful silver and stonework by the site’s Native American artisans. Couples can expect to find necklaces, earrings, rings, bracelets, and pendants, all featuring this symbol of love and devotion. Onida and his team encourage people, especially couples, to find their significant other something special they can share in this new collection. Onida also advises people to check out the silent film, “The Daughter of Dawn,” as it provides a unique insight into Native American culture.