The 'Pan&Eros' signet ring is part of the 'Intaglio' collection by Elisabeth Schotte. The term 'Intaglio' refers to a engraved pictorial design often used on seal stamps and stones to create a raised impression.
The motif recessed into the ring depicts Pan and Eros in battle - a popular motif in antiquity. Pan, the Greek god of nature and the wild, of shepherds and flocks, with the legs and horns of a goat here symbolizes physical love. Eros, on the other hand, depicted as a winged boy, is the god of spiritual love and desire.
Elisabeth Schotte creates delicate, narrative pieces of non-chalant elegance. Found treasures, myths and stories inspire her timelessly beautiful designs, new talismans and modern ex-voto.
'Pan&Eros' signet ring
Design: Elisabeth Schotte
Material: Sterling silver oder 14K gold (auf Anfrage)
Made in Germany.
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