Desk Accessories Set of 2 - "Scale or Balance of Themis" Design, Symbol of Justice. Handmade of Solid Metal, Business Card Holder & Pen Cup Holder
Item Code: C4-SET44
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Desk Accessories Set of 2, "Scale or Balance of Themis" Design, Symbol of Justice - Business Card Holder & Pen Cup Holder.
Elegant scale or balance of themis design, symbol of justice, solid metal, decorative desk accessories set with polished finish.
100% handmade of solid cast aluminum & brass metal, desk accessory set, a perfect gift for managers, executives, directors, business owners and anyone who appreciates style & top quality.
Unique & durable metal desk accessories set, that will decorate your desk for many years.
Its elegant scale or balance of themis design, symbol of justice and top quality makes this desk set a excellent personal gift or business gift, for men or women.
Ideal gift for law & justice professionals.
Elitecrafters has a wide collection of desk accessories sets to choose the perfect one for you or to offer it as a luxurious gift.
Also available in other desk set combinations & several other designs.
- Handmade Quality Items
- Solid Metal Items
- Also Available as Seperate Items
- Engraving Service Available
- Comes With a Free Stylish Fabric Gift Bag
- Made in Greece - Ships from Greece
Business Card Holder:
Length: 9cm (3.54''), Width: 4.3cm (1.69"), Height: 6.5cm (2.56"), Weight: 0.32Kg (0.70lbs)
Pencil Cup Holder:
Length: 6cm (2.4"), Width: 6cm (2.4"), Height: 10cm (3.93"), Weight: 0.33Kg (0.73lbs)
Total Set Weight: 0.65kg (1.43lbs)
Balance of Justice Info:
Scale or balance held by Lady Justice symbolizing the measure of a case's support and opposition.
Themis or Lady of justice occurred in Hesiod's Theogony as the first recorded appearance of Justice as a divine personage.
Drawing not only on the socio-religious consciousness of his time but also on many of the earlier cult-religions, Hesiod described the forces of the universe as cosmic divinities. Hesiod portrayed temporal justice, Dike, as the daughter of Zeus and Themis.