A Greek prefix that broadly denotes flower, the Anthos charm is a simplified sculpture of a blossom. This small budding form was inspired by a charm found amongst vintage ephemera, carrying the suggestion of fruited ripeness and expectation of new life. While petite, this solid charm sits strongly on against ones chest, a reminder of growth and change.
Available in sterling silver, gold vermeil, or 14k yellow gold
Charm is 15mm long, available on a 16", 18", or 20" chain (model wears 18" length)
Terracotta Pomegranate, 5th-4th century BCE, Greek, The Metropolitan Museum Collection
Flowers, Richard Earlom, 3rd state mezzotint, 1778