Ancient Roman Meretrix Pendant
I designed this pendant as a gift for my friend Vita Blandus, patroness of the Villa Blanda in Ancient Rome. It is free for any Roman Meretrix under Vita’s care, but I have decided to open the sale of this item to the general population, as well.
Based on a real artifact discovered amongst ancient Roman ruins, this copper pendant is lightly accented with delicate ruby gems.
In Roman times, the meretrix symbol was a highly recognizable indication that a woman’s affections were for sale. It is inadvisable to wear this trinket out in public unless this is the message you wish to convey!