Eupraxia Cuff Bracelet
This stunning cuff bracelet is fit for the gods! Here, a timeless "figure-eight" spiral repeats across the wrist, within a strong, clean border. The design is based on a series of gold ornaments found within a 16th century BC burial in Grave Circle A, at Mycenae. The grave, which belonged to a woman, was filled with gold jewelry and accoutrements.
In ancient Greek mythology, Eupraxia was the personification of well-being. Her name was derived from the ancient Greek word for "good conduct" (Εὐπραξίας). She is mentioned by Aeschylus, the ancient Greek tragedian (c. 525/524 – c. 456/455) in his play Seven Against Thebes: "When you invoke the gods, do not be ill-advised. For Peitharkhia (Obedience) is the mother of Eupraxia (Success), wife of Soter (Salvation)—as the saying goes." -224-226
Our cuff bracelet is appropriate for both men and women, and is available in sizes Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large.
Height of bracelet: 2 cm (.8 in)
Width of bracelet: 2 mm (.08 in)
Available Precious Metals and Prices:
925 Sterling Silver: $385
18 Karat Gold Over Sterling Silver: $625
14 Karat Gold: $4,455
18 Karat Gold: $8,635