Bracelet in vermeil.
Made in cloisonné technique, with hand-engraved cameos representing Nettuno, the Three Graces, Venus Ciprigna, peridot, amethyst, blue topaz, garnet, sapphire, tanzanite, kyanite, tourmaline, micromosaic of seedpearls, micropearls.
Nettuno: god of waters and in particular of flowing waters in the most ancient Roman religion, then god of the sea following identification with the Greek Poseidon.
The Three Graces: divinities of ancien Greece, dispenser of everything that is grace and beauty in nature, in the lifeand customs for men.
Venus Ciprigna: only once in Dante's work (Pd VIII 2 the beautiful Ciprigna) Venus is indicated with this name, derived from the island of Cyprus, where she was particulary venerated.
|Stone||Cameos, peridot, amethyst, blue topaz, garnet, sapphire, tanzanite, kyanite, tourmaline, micromosaic of seedpearls, micropearls|
|Size||18 x 3,5 cm|