By Ryan Koster / Engadgets mom jewelry | The Viking jewelry company that started it all, Viking Jewelries, has a new way to communicate with its fans.
Launched in 2013, the company, which is owned by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, offers the same style of jewelry that inspired the company’s famous Norse Viking warriors, but with an emphasis on Norse mythology.
The company recently launched a new Instagram account, where fans can submit photos of their Viking jewelry, as well as share their own.
The photos will be added to a permanent display in the company of Vikings, which will include items from the brand’s Vikings collection.
The new Instagram post, created by co-founder Matt Mascia and featuring a picture of a pair of Norse warriors, also offers a little insight into how the company came to be.
The post was posted on November 12, and features a picture that’s been captioned with a quote from the Viking mythology.
“The Norse warriors who lived before the arrival of the Vikings were the greatest and most feared warriors in the history of mankind.
They were a race of warriors and warriors in general.
Their bravery and power made them unique amongst the other races of the world,” the post reads.
“This is a direct reference to the Norse warriors of the Old Norse Mythological Cycle, who came to the land of the Norse in the eighth and ninth centuries B.C.E. The warriors who went to the other lands, who were not so great, were also not so powerful.”
The quote is from the poem, “The Valkyrie,” which describes the battle of Ragnarok.
According to Mascian, the new post is the culmination of a year-long campaign to create the most comprehensive Viking jewelry collection ever.
“We wanted to create a beautiful collection that is timeless, that is a reflection of the Viking warrior culture and is also a reflection on the changing world,” he said.
“We wanted this to be a place where you can discover the rich history of the history that this company has built.
It’s about creating a brand where you are inspired and you can see yourself wearing the pieces.”
While the collection isn’t quite as well-known as some of the other brands in the space, Masci and his team have made a name for themselves by designing some of history’s most recognizable pieces, including jewelry, earrings and headgear.
The Viking Warrior Collection was inspired by the original concept of the company and its founder, Mascal.
“The Vikings were a unique and unique people,” Mascion said.
The founder and co-owner of Viking Jewelers, Matt Mascal, is seen here with co-founders Matt Misca and Matt Mislovski.
The company is known for their jewelry and earrings.
Mascia said that the new Instagram Instagram account is the result of years of planning and work to ensure that the company has an engaging and engaging user experience.
“Every time we post something, we think about how to make it better, how to improve it,” Mascal said.
“That’s why we put in all this time to make sure that the brand is great.
We know that we want it to be beautiful, we want to make something that’s beautiful, and we want you to feel like you’re part of the family.”
The company has partnered with a number of other brands, including Zara, Calvin Klein, Gucci, and the designers of the new and popular Instagram accounts, Misli and Masc.
The brands featured on the new account are available in sizes from $15 to $75, with a variety of colors and finishes.
The range of colors includes white, silver, pink, and brown.
“It was just a matter of time before we were able to create something that would be an amazing and timeless piece for the people of this world, which would be something that they would wear every day,” Mislis said.
The new account is available for $50 and up.
The brand has also launched a website that showcases its collections.
“In addition to our Instagram accounts,” Miscia said, “we also have a website where you have access to the entire range of the product range.
We have a large number of different Viking jewelry items, but it’s our goal to be able to offer you everything that we offer.”