Forbidden Fruit // Hand-painted Watercolor Bracelet
Across world mythologies Pomegranates, have always represented passion, sensuality and fierce love. In Greek mythology, Persephone, daughter of Demeter, ate six pomegranate seeds in the Underworld, tying her forever to her lover, Hades. For one half of every year, Persephone resided in the underworld, taking with her the green and growing things and leaving ice and cold in their absence.
This singular piece of wearable art contains an original watercolor illustration encased in high-quality, yellowing and scratch-resistant resin and set into an adjustable nickel-free metal alloy cuff bracelet.
Dimensions: 20mm bezel, medium cuff bracelet
Setting: Nickel-free metal alloy
Each piece of watercolor jewelry is drawn and painted by hand, and no two will ever be alike.
This bracelet setting is made of a solid nickel-free alloy, but may cause a reaction when worn near the skin on some individuals. It is always a good idea to consult a doctor before purchasing if you are prone to metal allergies.