Semper eadem, semper in motu

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Semper eadem, semper in motu

400.00

'Semper eadem' (always the same, lat.) was a personal motto of Elizabeth Tudor, the true queen of political symbolism. Her personal image and style significantly defined the epoch not only in England but in the whole Europe. 'Semper in motu' (always in motion, lat.) is a timeless Ancient Rome catch phrase, which tells about necessity of adaptation as means of staying competitive in the changing environment.

The unison of these seemingly contradicting wisdoms represents a bold, very human paradox. 

The pendant is a part of Horsemen of Apocalypse collection. It is cast in .925 sterling silver in Belgium and finished in the UK.

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