This coin symbolizes-living the life we were born to live with wisdom and bravery without restraints or fears of being judged
Pegasus-liberty and free spirit-symbolizes living the life we were born to live, without restraints or fears of being judged
Athena's tree was the olive tree and her sacred animal was the owl, the symbol of wisdom.
The original coin was minted in 340 BC and features the winged horse Pegasus on the front and Athena on the back .
According to legend, the hero Bellepheron (and son of Poseidon) saw the winged horse Pegasus flying above and longed to be able to ride him. One night, he fell asleep in Athena’s temple.The warrior goddess of wisdom came to him as a vision in his sleep and presented him with a golden bridle. She ordered the young hero to make sacrifices to honor his father, Poseidon, and herself in gratitude for this gift. When Bellepheron awoke, he used the bridle to tame Pegasus and went on to have many adventures, including battling the Chimer
Each coin is about 1.5 wide and heavy in weight
Composition: polished brass with gold plating
Keep gold plated jewelry in a cool, dry place, away from humidity to maintain its brightness and shine.
Tips to keep its luster:
Remove gold plated jewelry before swimming or exercising
Put on gold plated jewelry after cosmetics have been absorbed
Do not spray perfume on gold plated jewelry
Buff gold plated jewelry with a microfiber cloth
Store jewelry in a pouch, case, or jewelry box to prevent tarnishing and fading
It’s really a matter of keeping it away from the elements—salt, water, sweat, and high humidity—and chemicals from cleaners or perfume
This is a Gold Plated item so excessive use will cause tarnishing if not properly taken care of