Alexander the Great, Museum Replica Pendant Coin – Double Sided
$107,01 – $110,66
Handmade of 925 sterling silver
- Chain length: 460 mm / Pendant Coin diameter: 28mm
- Choose your own chain
- Made to Order
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This 925 sterling silver Alexander the Great pendant is a museum replica Tetradrachm, a version that was made during the period 305BC-281BC. It depicts the portrait of Alexander the Great and on the reverse side, goddess Athena that is seated and a writing in Greek that says King of Lysimachus.
This pendant has been made by using the ancient Lost Wax Technique, one of the oldest techniques of silversmithing and it’s 925 solid sterling silver with a sterling silver chain.
You can chose your own chain for your pendant, amongst 3 different chains. unique, ethereal piece of jewelry that will add character to any look and is ideal as a gift to yourself or to someone special.
The total length of the chain is 460mm, please contact me if you would like me to custom made the length of your chain.
The coin has approximately a diameter of 28mm.
Alexander the Great and his conquests changed the world forever. After his death in 323BC his successors used his portrain for their coins.
One of the most striking examples is the coins made by Lysimachus, who was a former companion of Alexander. After his conquests in Asia Minor, he began to produce stunning silver and gold coins with identical types. On the front of the coins was placed a portrait of Alexander adorned with the ram’s horn of the Egyptian god Amun. On the reverse was a seated figure of the goddess Athena, and a Greek legend which translates ‘Of King Lysimachus’.
We make all our pieces in our studio by hand, using only traditional silversmithing techniques and instead of harsh chemicals we use only organic solutions.
Please allow 5 to 10 days for custom made jewelry to be made. If you would like your ring earlier, please contact me and I will try my best to put your order on priority.
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