Here is Perseus straight from the Garden of the Hesperides where, aided by the god Hermes and the goddess Athena, he decapitated Medusa who had the power to petrify anyone who turned their gaze towards her. A great psychological meaning can be drawn from this myth, namely that fortune favours the bold, Perseus encourages us not to petrify ourselves but to take action. The carnelian is engraved with Perseus holding a large sword, his arm lifting the now decapitated head of Medusa. Mid 20th century period stone to be mounted on a ring preferably in yellow gold. Oval size 19 mm 26 mm – Buy history not just a piece of jewellery!
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