Iris, the 7 colors of the Rainbow (7 collection)

 

 

In Greek mythology Iris  represents the rainbow. She is also the messenger of the gods, besides a goddess of the sea and sky. Iris is depicted in ancient Greece as a beautiful young womp21-6birisan with golden wings.

According to the Greek myth the rainbow was a present of Boreas (North Wind) and Notos (South Wind) to Iris in order to save the Goddess Athina from the anger of Poseidon, the God of the Sea.

The rainbow is the colorful pathway connecting the heaven and earth, between the gods and humanity, our inner self with the outer world.

Having these stories as guidance and inspiration, “Iris” came to life… and now flies off into the skies on her butterfly wings carrying wishes for the years to come!

Iris is the 1st artifact in the “7 – Jewelry Collection”, designed by Mina Katsouli

Adjustable Necklace, Bracelet and Ring in Silver or Gold Plated Brass 24K

You may find them:

Benaki Museum – Athens, Greece

Contact us for more details: porpe-artifacts@outlook.com

©2016 Porpe Artifacts by Mina Katsouli and Vicky Zomenou
Mina Katsouli reserves all reproduction rights. No work may be reproduced in any manner
whatsoever without express, written consent of the Artist.
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