Labyrinth Shell

14,90

In Plato’s dialogue Euthydemus, Socrates describes the labyrinthine line of a logical argument:

“Then it seemed like falling into a labyrinth: we thought we were at the finish, but our way bent round and we found ourselves as it were back at the beginning, and just as far from that which we were seeking at first.” …

  • comes with a leather string attached
  •  Each shell is hand signed by the artist

Description

  •  ca. 12 cm x 11 cm
  •  As each seashell is unique, each shall is unique in size
  •  Water resistant
  •  Packaged in a cello sleeve

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg

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