A gorgeous silver colored bangle bracelet adorned with two ram heads facing each other. This piece was inspired by Greek bangles dating around circa 450-400 B.C. The ram is a symbol of virility and creative energy.
The bangle has an opening at the top and is a bit flexible so you can open it (gently open sideways) to place it upon your wrist. This piece is silver plated with the heads being pewter and the bangle is flexible brass.
Inner diameter = 2.25 inches with a circumference of 7.25 inches. Average sized.
Museum Reproductions is based out of Longmont, CO here in the USA! They create jewelry that is based upon or inspired by pieces in museum collections. These designs are authorized by and benefit these Museums. So you can own a piece of jewelry that is not only beautiful, but historically significant as well. Each design comes with a provenance card that explains the origin of the design.