This beautiful white and gold enamel pin from Literary Emporium represents the powerful Greek enchantress Circe.
In Homer's The Odyssey, Circe turns Odysseus' men into animals. Odysseus is saved from the same fate, by tricking Circe, with the help of Hermes. Circe and Odysseus become lovers and she bears him three children, the youngest of whom, Telegonus, accidentally kills his father with a poisoned arrow.
The pin is made from white hard enamel and gold-toned metal. It is around 3.8 cm in size and features two butterfly clasps at the back for secure fastening.
This Circe pin is a fabulous gift for a lover of Greek mythology. You can see more mythology-inspired gifts here.