Handcrafted from an antique intaglio from the 1700-1800's, this talisman features the Trojan horse coming into the city and a solider trying to fend it off.
During the Trojan War, the Greeks built a huge wooden horse, as the symbol of the city of Troy, and left it at the gates of Troy and pretended to sail away. The Trojans believed the huge wooden horse was a peace offering to their gods, so they pulled the giant wooden horse into the middle of the city.
The Greeks had hidden soldiers inside the horse and after the Trojans had gone to bed, the Greek soldiers inside the horse were able to open the gates of the city to let in the rest of the Greek army into the city. The Greeks took the Trojans by surprise in the middle of the night and conquered Troy.
The term “Trojan horse" is symbolic any kind of deception that involves getting someone or a target to willingly allow an enemy into a secure place.
This bronze talisman is substantial at approximately a 1 1/2” x 1 3/4” oval and hangs from a 14k gold-filled short-long cable chain with a lobster clasp closure. The entire necklace measures 18” long.
Each piece of jewelry from The Silver Acorn comes packaged in a tasteful gift box with a meaning card ready for gift-giving.
Handcrafted in my studio in Spokane, Washington, each symbolic wax seal item from The Silver Acorn is hand-stamped in reclaimed fine silver or bronze and will be slightly different and uniquely yours.
Handcrafted from an antique art nouveau bronze art medal pendant by Paul Dubois from early 1900 Belgium, this talisman features the Victory Angel of WWI and was awarded to all members of the Belgian Armed Forces who served during the...
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Handcrafted from an antique intaglio from the 1700-1800's, this talisman features Eos, the Goddess of the Dawn, opening the gates of heaven so that her brother Helios, the sun God, could ride his chariot across the sky every day. She brought...