The Conflicted Man Necklace —
When Dante wrote the "Divine Comedy", he was in exile from Florence, his beloved homeland. Lost, "in the middle of [his] life," he was a conflicted man. He wrestles with his insecurities constantly; he's never sure that he is fit enough for the journey; he's sometimes sympathetic to his old friends, even though they have caused him harm. This medallion symbolises the tensions in the poet's mind. Perhaps it is the tensions that make it interesting, in the way that they attempt to co-exist, sometimes at odds with each other. Wear yours as a reminder that being conflicted is not a sign of weakness, but one of beauty.
It is cast in bronze, before being 24kt gold-plated, and hangs on a 45 cm gold-filled chain.
All our pieces are made to order and crafted in our London studios, through the process of lost wax casting. The Conflicted Man Necklace will be shipped within 1-2 working days.
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