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In January 1610, Galileo discovered with his telescope Jupiter’s four moons (known as Galilean Moons):  Europa, Ganymede, Io and Callisto, which were named after the lovers or daughter of the Roman god Jupiter (Zeus).

 

As the first objects found to orbit a body that was neither Earth nor the Sun, those moons appear like gems. But the true gems of the universe are Galileo’s eye and his telescope, which broke the constraints of human understanding and physical limitation in the 17th century. Through the Galileo’s eye and telescope, you will be empowered to see the unseen and discover the gems of your life.

 

Materials: 24 kt yellow gold plating, sterling silver 925 solid. Handmade by sculptor in Prato, Italy.

See our "Story" and "Artistry" pages to learn more.

Fierce Necklace II Gold

£435.00Price
  • L'Essayeur is pleased to offer discounted worldwide express shipping via DHL. 

    UK £7.95 (Next day)

    Worldwide £15 (1-2 working days)

     

    Each piece of  L'Essayeur jewelry is an artwork delicately handmade by Italian sculptors and artists, so please allow us 21 working days to make it perfect for you.

     

    If you have special occasions that need the jewelry sooner, please contact us at info@lessayeur.com after placing your order. We'd like to do our best to accommodate your needs.