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Deusa ex Machina collection: The Pride of Astraea earrings

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The Pride of Astraea is the Pride version of the Astraea earrings.

The earrings are inspired by the early Greek Goddess who was considered the virgin goddess of justice, innocence, purity, and precision. She was often referred to as the “Star Goddess” or “Star Maiden."

Astraea represented all that was good in the world. Later on, she symbolized the fall of humanity and the hope that a new age of innocence would one day return.

Collection: Deusa ex Machina: the Pride of....edition. 

Colour options: Each set is a one of a kind, unique Pride colour combination. Each set is numbered in the order they were created (e.g. Pride of Astraea I, II etc).

The base is created with brass filigree, then painted in different metallic shades, and adorned with acrylic half pearls, rhinestones and/or glass crystals.

For available pieces, see the pictures. Choose your set among those available under Variations. If you have a specific colour combo in mind which you would like me to create, please send me a message through the contact page of this webpage. 

Colours Pride of Astraea I: Brass filigree metal base painted in a matte white. Adorned with high quality Swarovski glass rhinestones in bright Pride colours.

 

Lenght: 10 cm

Weight: 6 gr (in total, 3 gr/earring)

Sustainability footprint: No repurposed materials are usually used for these pieces.

About the collection:

The Deusa ex Machina collection is inspired by the female deities and Goddesses of Greek Mythology. Each design is inspired by and named after a Goddess. For example, with a little bit of imagination one can see the pommegranate in the design of the Persephone earring, and growth in the Demeter earring.

Each design is created with a one of a kind touch, meaning that the colour combos in adornments will not be repeated, thus each piece is numbered with Roman numerals in the order they were created.