ART BEAT

Pairing the ITSK Oduduwa neckpiece with the Iyoba neckpiece is not just a stack option, but a fashion statement and an expression of culture through wearable Arts.

As seen in this stack option is; the Iyoba and Oduduwa neck piece! Iyoba; The Queen mother reflects the intrinsic endowments of courage, and leadership in the "African spirit “while Oduduwa gives off a powerful stance that lets you have the omnipotent power of the founder of the Yoruba race and first Ooni of Ife, King Oduduwa.

And yes! Larry Hector stacked it well as the gold neck piece matched his brown suit and sat well on his dark chocolate skin.

YOUR TRIBE ON YOUR FINGER

As a representation of African tribes and culture, ITSK GOLD pieces serve as an embodiment of the African Heritage through its unique jewellery and art craftsmanship. The Odum and Iyoba rings come in Black, Silver and Gold variations. The Odum ring is a symbol of courage. This unique piece reflects the intrinsic endowments of strength, power and leadership in the "African spirit".

While the Iyoba ring is designed in respect of the Great Royal Queen Idia Mask. Known to be a fearless Army general who led the kingdom of Benin into many successful battles.

This unique piece reflects the intrinsic endowments of courage, and leadership in the "African spirit".