Hermes - Are We There Yet

Hermes - Are We There Yet

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Hermes' arm as a sundial-shadow moves with the sun like a sundial-time waits for no one. God of travelers and merchants (road of antique coins), God of dreams (antique painting on glass), invented the first musical instrument; the lyre-depicted by the antique ebony violin tuning pegs, 1970s chandelier prism and skeleton key. Leads the dead to Hades (the antique frozen charlotte dolls), His caduseus has two snakes in a bottle from the 1800s- perhaps the symbols of medicine and commerce battlng- intertwined anyway, topped by a pair of antique snake clip on earrings, the wings cut from a piece of Maine tourmeline. There's also vintage glasses, an antique statue and bottles, quartz, topaz and vintage porcelain cows (the story of Hermes stealing Zues' cattle).

17 x 27 inches

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