Pair of sterling silver cufflinks based on the obverse side of a coin dating from the 4th – 3rd Century BC, Istros.
Two male heads facing, the right inverted. The meaning of these two faces is ambiguous - some believe they may have represented the sunrise and sunset, while others say they represented the Dioscuri, half twin-brothers Castor and Pollux, who were later transformed into the Gemini Constellation.
Approximate Dimensions: Ø15mm
Chain Length: 22mm including bar
Handcrafted in London from 100% recycled silver.
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