‘Homer’s word for the magic women of Cyrene, who cast spells on ships to cause them to be wrecked on the rocky coast. The “sweet songs” by which the Sirens lured Odysseus’s sailors were spells to draw foreign ships into Cyrenian shallows, where natives apparently carried on a profitable trade as wreckers.’
The Woman’s Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets. Barbara G. Walker. Harper & Row, 1983, p.940
18ct yellow gold, ruby, sapphire and white diamond
22.7mm x 16.5mm x 2.5mm
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