God Liber of Wine and Fertility with Diamond
This is a beautiful one of a kind handcrafted pendant inspired by the ancient Romans. It is modeled after a real existing coin minted in Rome sometime in the 1st century BC. It was created by the Republican moneyer M. Volteius. The front side of the pendant features Liber wearing an ivy wreath. Liber was the god of viticulture and wine, fertility and freedom. He is the Romanized form of the Greek god Bacchus. On the bottom of Liber's face there is a round diamond set in a solid 24k gold bezel. The backside of the pendant has Ceres on a chariot being led by snakes. Ceres carries two torches which alludes to her search for her daughter Persephone. On the bottom is the signature of the moneyer M. Volteius. The bail is made with solid 24k yellow gold.
There is also the option of choosing a chain with a diamond clasp. That chain is made out of sterling silver. The clasp of the chain is made with silver, is gold plated, decorated with tiny diamonds and is two sided.