As part of its collaboration with the Réunion des Musées Nationaux, the National Museums of France, Trudon offers wax reproductions of various colors of some of its jewels.
This votive hand was found during archaeological excavations in Syria in the 1850s. It was probably an offering to a Syrian deity. The dedication engraved around the wrist: "Prokla en ex-Voto" means "For her and for her house, consecrated". The original is exhibited on the first floor of the Louvre.
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