Antique carved Cameo winged eros dancing cupid with flutes greek God of Love Portrait necklace clasp Vintage Choker & Brooch

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Eros was the Greek god of love, son of Aphrodite and either Ares or Hermes. In some myths, he was considered a primordial god, a child of Chaos, who blessed the union of Gaia and Uranus after which the universe came into existence.

Especially in later works by satirical poets, he was depicted as a blindfolded male, who, carrying his bow and arrow, could target any human being and make them fall in love with the first person they would see. One of the most prevalent myths in ancient Greece was that of Eros and Psyche; according to it, Aphrodite was jealous of the beauty of mortal princess Psyche and told her son to make her fall in love with the ugliest creature on earth. However, Eros fell for her instead and took her to his divine abode. However, Psyche's jealous sisters led Psyche to betray Eros, who abandoned her; Psyche, wandering the Earth for her lost love, approached Aphrodite for help. Aphrodite created a series of tasks for Psyche which she successfully passed, and hence, Aphrodite decided to concede. Since then, Psyche became immortal and united with her husband. They had a daughter, Hedone (meaning bliss).Eros Is also called Cupid, Erotas. This is a gorgeous portrait brooch that is also a clasp for a necklace or possibly a bracelet .  It has the hidden clasps underneath that connects it to some sort of necklace or bracelet . It measures 1/3/4" long. The clasp holes are 1/4" in case you happen to have a necklace or bracelet that would fit in it. 

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