925 silver brooch pendant depicting two bees face to face weaving a honey cake. Their heads are topped by a cage containing a grain. At the ends of the pendant three discs are suspended (perhaps they are solar symbols).
It is a reproduction of the "bee pendant" found in a cemetery near the Palace of Mallia in Crete around 1700-1550 BC.
This pendant characterizes the Minoan jewelry, marked by the abundance of objects inspired by the surrounding nature.
Very good condition.
Height: 4.8 cm
Width: 5.7 cm
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