Set format din colier la baza gâtului, brăţară şi cercei.
Materiale: zale lucrate manual din sârmă cupru argintată, inoxidabilă şi din sârmă cupru inoxidabilă: închizători placate cu argint; tortiţe cercei placate cu argint.
Diametru zale: 3 mm
Atât colierul, cât şi brăţara sunt reglabile.
In Greek mythology, Aoide (Ἀοιδή) (or in Latin Aoede) was one of the three original (Boeotian) Muses, though there were later nine. Her sisters were Melete and Mneme. She was the muse of song. According to Greek mythology, she is the daughter of Zeus, the King of the Gods, and Mnemosyne, the goddess of memory. She lends her name to the moon Jupiter XLI, also called Aoede, which orbits the planet Jupiter.
Parch'd of words, parch'd of lauds, Lorn and tyned fro my wame - 'Seech I more perforce indeed: Lap I of thee: Thou art want. With dulcet gust thine floret, Which I yet would not do - Pray I thee for thine avail - Lave me in it; I want more! For my loe, not be adust. Come see as the wind: Chant - I let thee come in - Come see as the wind, Aoede. As of lote - upon thee dote, Lowing 'tis, true forsooth, Tisn't a tongue, nay merely mote, Thou art grandly mae than couth': Eft and e'er doth it eke - I am what I do behold. For my loe, not be adust. Come see as the wind: Chant - I let thee come in - Come see as the wind, Aoede.