'Farmakero' Bracelet

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In the early 18th century in Greece the silver craftsmen to manufacture 'inferior' jewelry they distorted silver with a metal alloy, the agiari. That was copper and brass. Therefore, in order to whiten the 'dirty' and non-shiny effect of this mixture they used arsenic. So the jewelry that was made in this way are called ‘farmakera’ which means poisonous.

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Diameter 6 cm

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