Goddess Demeter with Diamonds
This is a beautiful one of a kind handcrafted pendant inspired by the ancient Greeks. It is modeled after a real existing coin minted in Delphi by the Amphictyonic Council sometime in the 4th century BC. The front side of the pendant features the head of the Greek goddess of the harvest and agriculture Demeter. Her hair is bound with corn-wreath and near here ear are two round diamonds set in solid 24k gold bezels. The backside of the pendant has a depiction of the god Apollo wearing a long chiton. He is seated on an omphalos decorated with fillets and his right arm rests on lyre while his left hand holds laurel-branch. The inscription on the backside translates to "of the Amphiktions" which comes from the name of the council which minted it. 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 and it is two tone with gold plating. The clasp of the chain is made with silver, decorated with tiny diamonds and is two sided.