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Heroes’ Garden – Unique pendant with a historic symbolism
A minimal chic pendant inspired from the significant historic landmark of Messolongi city. The homonym site used to be the area where the besieged people buried their dead during the Ottoman occupation. In 1838 King Otto and Queen Amalia rebuilt the tomb to host the heroes’ bones. Among others, Lord Byron’s heart was allegedly buried here before the transfer of his dead body to England.
This pendant is available in silver 925 or brass – both with double gold plating, to ensure longevity of the finish. You can also order it in plain sterling silver (without gold plating) – leave us a note upon checkout.
The length of the motif is 9,5 cm, while the total length (including the chain) is approximately 33 cm. The chain is of silver 925 with double gold-plating and it is adjustable according to your preference.
Heroes’ Garden – Unique pendant with a historic symbolism: Make an interesting statement without saying a word…
Please note that the item has actually a matte finish, differing from the glossy look in the photos.
Please note that gold plating and oxidation most of the times wear off eventually. However you can always replate them at a trusted silversmith. Don’t forget that the plating of your jewels can last more with proper care – avoiding contact with water, soaps and perfumes.
All our jewels are crafted carefully and with a focus on details. However keep in mind that a handmade product is always subject to small differentiation from the original fotos.
If you liked this style, check out our Semi circular pendant too!
Learn some interesting facts about the Heroes’ Garden in Messolongi, here: Garden of the Heroes
Brass, Sterling Silver
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