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Sterling Silver & 14K Gold Cameo Medallion Pendant & 18" Chain

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Sterling Silver & 14K Gold Cameo Medallion Pendant & 18" Chain
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Sterling Silver & 14K Gold Cameo Medallion Pendant & 18" Chain
Sterling Silver & 14K Gold Cameo Medallion Pendant & 18" Chain
Sterling Silver & 14K Gold Cameo Medallion Pendant & 18" Chain

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Invoke the power of the goddess Artemis when you string this exquisite pendant around your neck. This sterling silver and 14K gold cameo medallion necklace is sure to delight amateur and seasoned jewellery aficionados alike.

• Sterling silver and 14K gold 
• Average gold gram weight is 0.20
• Average silver gram weight is 29.30
• Average gram weight is 29.50

• Pendant measures approximately 1 3/4" in length
• Pendant comes on a 18 1/2" high polished textured chain with a large lobster closure
• Nickel free
• Country of Origin: Italy

The goddess Artemis (Diana in Roman religion) played an intriguing role in Greek mythology and religion. She was known as the "Mistress of Animals" and the protector of children, but she was also a huntress & the goddess who could bring death with her arrows. Myths depict Artemis as a strong-willed & powerful goddess, a female who could punish injustices against the gods with ferocious and deadly accuracy. She was also the nurturer of children and feminine values, and protector of the weak and vulnerable. She was frequently portrayed by artists as bathing in rivers or frolicking in marshes & woodland either alone, or in the company of nymphs. She was especially worshiped by women. No man was allowed to enter her temple.

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