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Hercules Coin Medallion Necklace




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An original coin from the ancient city of Heraclea, dedicated to Hercules. The coin celebrates Hercules' triumph over the unbeatable Nemean lion. The Hercules necklace inspires you to tap into your own reservoir of strength, defying the odds to achieve greatness.

Crafting history and nature into wearable art. Unfold Hercules' story.

Handmade, sterling silver with high-quality 18k gold plating (brass pendant).

Available with cable chain, as per the first photo.
Care for them, and preserve their spirit. To protect your jewellery from tarnishing:
Avoid contact with liquids (including water, salt water, chlorine), perfume, lotion, cosmetics and chemicals.
Remove your jewellery before showering, swimming, exercising and sleeping.
Store in a cool, dry place, preferably inside its original box or in a cloth bag.
Wipe periodically using a clean, soft cloth.

Made in: Turkey

Adjustable size with 50cm maximum length of the chain. Can be made shorter at any length due to the nature of the cable chain.

7g pendant.
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