Pegasus Signet Silver Ring
Dating back to 300B.C. this archaic embellishment depicts a Corinthian Pegasus embossed on this solid silver signet ring.
Crafted of polished and oxidized sterling silver.
Pegasus, or Pegasos as he was called by the Greeks, was a winged horse, born from the liaison of the sea-god Poseidon and the beautiful Medusa. The liaison made the goddess Athena angry, and she cursed Medusa to be ugly and deadly. When she was killed, Pegasus sprang from her neck. The flight of Pegasus can be used as a metaphor for the soul’s immortality.
Excellent choice for both men and women.
Choose between the sterling silver or the 18k gold plated over silver version of this ring.
Silver version: we give it an aged patina finish for an antique look and polish it to a beautiful burnished finish that gets better with time.
18 Karat gold plated version: We give our pieces the ”Double d’ Ór” gold plating which gives a 1.5 micron of thickness layer of 18 karat gold over silver that allows it to be much more durable over time.
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Select your ring size from the ‘Size’ drop down menu at checkout.
Handmade from start to finish in our studio in Athens.
The same can also be made in solid bronze.
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