Labyrinth pendant

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The Labyrinth is the complex enclosure structure the Minotaur in Greek mythology. Inside it lived the mighty monster part man-part bull that devoured young men and maidens. An elegant and sleek pendant designed by esculpta available in two metallic tones.

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32,00 €

  • Silvertone (silver-plate on metal alloy)
  • Goldtone (24kt gold-plate on metal alloy)

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The Labyrinth was an elaborate structure in Greek mythology designed to entrap and house the Minotaur. It is said to have been under the royal palace of Knossos in Crete and the creature to have been king Minos' son. A monster half man and half bull that required seven young men and seven maidens to be sent to him every seven years to devour as a sacrifice. The beast was eventually killed by the hero Theseus.

The Labyrinth is presented by esculpta as a 'Greek key' pattern or "Meander" which recalls the twisting and turning of the ancient Meander River. Meanders were among the most important symbols in ancient Greece. They symbolized infinity and unity - later to be used also by the Romans as decoration.

Choose your own Labyrinth pendant style from the options above - (Silver tone and 24k Gold tone)

The reverse of the pendant bears the Esculpta griffon seal

 
Item Specs
CategoryNecklaces & Pendants
MetalPlated Alloy
Inclusive chordYes
Inclusive Gift Pouch/BoxYes

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Labyrinth pendant

The Labyrinth is the complex enclosure structure the Minotaur in Greek mythology. Inside it lived the mighty monster part man-part bull that devoured young men and maidens. An elegant and sleek pendant designed by esculpta available in two metallic tones.

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