The design represents one facade of Artemis where she is winged. In this she is depicted as the Mistress of the Beasts with the moon in the background. The design is inspired by the Minoan art (2000 BC from the Island of Crete, Greece).
Here Artemis is depicted as Potnia Theron ("The Mistress of the Animals").
The word Potnia, meaning mistress or lady.
An Artemis type deity, a 'Mistress of the Animals', is often assumed to have existed in prehistorical religion and often referred to as Potnia Theron, with some scholars positing a relationship between Artemis and goddesses depicted in Minoan art and "Potnia Theron has become a generic term for any female associated with animals.
- Original artwork
- Hand carved pendant.
- Solid yellow bronze also called jeweler gold bronze pendant.
- Hand painted
- Gold leaf in background
- Sealed with a layer of resin to protect finish.
- The pendant is about 30mm x 25mm
- Soldered bronze bails.
- Signed in the back by artist
- 14k gold filled chain options.
- Gold filled has 100 times more gold than plated thus does not rub or peel off.
- Antiqued solid sterling silver chain option
- Nickel free
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