The expanding chevron pattern of this open top cuff is symbolic of rippling water and parting waves.
The Tethys Cuff was named after the Titian goddess of the sources of fresh water that nourish the earth. She was the wife of Ikeano, the earth-encircling, fresh-water stream, and the mother of Potamoi (rivers), Okeanides ( springs, streams and fountains) and Nephelai (clouds). Tethys was imagined feeding her children's streams by drawing water from Okeanos through subterranean aquifers.
Materials: sterling silver.
Dimensions: circumference of cuff 165mm or 6.5 inches, 22mm opening, squeeze closed or gently stretched open for fit adjustment.
Hand made in Seattle, USA.
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