Helen of Troy Necklace by Doron Merav

Helen of Troy Necklace by Doron Merav

This beautiful handcrafted necklace is made of sterling silver, solid 14k gold and pearls. This necklace is a part of the ‘Helen of Troy’ collection inspired by the unique, regal aesthetics of the old Greek and Roman times.

Helen of Troy Necklace by Doron Merav

Helen of Troy Necklace by Doron Merav

In Greek mythology, Helen of Troy was the daughter of Zeus and Leda. She was also a sister of Castor, Polydeuces, and Clytemnestra. In those old times Helen of Troy was considered to be the most beautiful woman in the world and still today, artists and authors find inspiration in her memory. Her abduction by Paris brought about the Trojan War.

Enjoy this jewel and imagine Helen wearing it!

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Founder and owner, Ashwin Hirawat has always loved gemstones and jewelry and envisioned a platform where people could admire jewelry like art. In 2012, he decided to club the two things he is passionate about - jewelry and e-commerce, and Indeslab was born. Indeslab just like the pieces it features is one-of-a-kind. You not only buy directly from artists but get the opportunity to interact with the artist/designer of the jewel. You can get to know the artist, the story behind your piece or even ask for a personalized version. We at Indeslab believe handmade jewelry is like art and you should decide the value of it. Featuring Jenny Reeves, Teresa Arana, Doron Merav, Caroline Bacher, Ramjuly, Elsa Sarantidou and many other talented designers from around the world, Indeslab strives to bring excellent handcrafted products at one place. Our products are hand-picked and our team is committed to offer you the best selection of beautiful, quality products available. Why Indeslab? The name Indeslab, an abbreviation of International Design Lab was created by Ashwin as it reflects that we are a global destination for extraordinary design.

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