Sterling Silver Over Brass Etruscan Lion Double Headed Bracelet

The lion has had a positive depiction on cultures for hundreds of thousands of years, reflecting strength in conjunction with beauty, as well as bravery. Often depicted as the €œking of the jungle€, it has been used as a symbol of royalty, from many ancient civilizations from: Pre-Egyptian, Byzantine, Roman, Greek, Middle Eastern, Indian, Chinese, and even currently as the central depiction of English and French heraldry. Once found in Africa, Eurasia, India, and in the America€™s, as far down as Peru, the wild lions can now only be found in Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, and an endangered remnant population in India. In this 14th collection of Alberto Juan lion jewelry we celebrate the depiction of the wild African lion on Pre-Roman Etruscan civilization as well as the more modern cave lion€™s royal style.

This is the 9th piece of my 14th collection of Lion inspired jewelry...

This bracelet was carved in an Etruscan design from a solid piece of wax, then molded and cast in brass, then plated in sterling silver.......

The lion head on each side of the bracelet measures 14mm's by 8 mm's....and perfect for a man or woman.....

The bracelet measures 2 3/4' by 2' in diameter and is flexible and completely adjustable...

Marked, 'AJ' for 'Alberto Juan'......

Available as sterling silver($210), 18 kt gold vermeil over sterling silver($230), and 18 kt gold vermeil over brass($110) and with the polish of your choice (polished or antiqued)...

As with all Alberto Juan jewelry comes in a protective Velvet black bag, shown in some listings.

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