Judith Slaying Holofernes Charm BraceletArtemisia Gentileschi
Wear the Power of Women on your wrist with this bracelet that tells the story of Judith (the Israelite heroine) beheading Holofernes (an Assyrian general) who had been sent to take vengeance on the lands which refused to support and worship Nebuchadnezzar.
Judith snuck into Holofernes’ camp with her maid, got him drunk and then cut off his head. This act saved her people and city from being destroyed by the Assyrian army.
This version of the story was painted by Artemisia Gentileschi, and is one of two versions she painted.
The three (3) main charms on this bracelet are recycled from an old art history text book. The charms picture; Judith, her Maid, and Holofernes (being beheaded). Each one is glazed behind 18x25mm oval glass and set into a silver frame.
The image charms are accented with a small Star of David and Sword charm.
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