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Theseus and the Minotaur Chain Ring

During the Pan-Athenian Games, the citizens of Athens assassinated the first-born son of King Minos of Crete. Consequently, King Minos demanded from Athens, at nine-year intervals, to send over seven young girls and seven boys to be devoured by the Minotaur. When the third sacrifice approached, Theseus volunteered to slay the monster and stop the horror. Theseus had concealed a sword during the sail over to the Island and was given a ball of thread by the daughter of King Minos. After decapitating the beast, Theseus used the string to retrace his steps and escape the Labyrinth with the other Athenian youths.

Available in brass ($110) and sterling silver (from $158).

Jeweller: Arsaeus
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Arsaeus Designs is a Toronto-based jewellery brand. The designer and metalsmith is an OCAD University graduate. Following her travels throughout Mediterranean Europe and North Africa, her fascination for Moorish and Classical design began to heavily influence her artistic work. The Arsaeus collection features fine interpretations of ancient architecture and decorative artifacts, handmade into brass, bronze and sterling silver. Pure geometries and organic motifs are derived, recombined and forged into rings and necklaces with historic and mythological allure.

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