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Create a custom matching set of necklaces with your significant other's and your own initials, or the initials of two loved ones in your life.
Hand-crafted from start to finish, this stamped coin features the Latin phrase AMOR VINCIT OMNIA, which means "Love conquers all," framing a piece of nautical rope forming an infinity sign.
The infinity sign speaks to the hope that once found, love will be everlasting.
The phrase AMOR VINCIT OMNIA was perhaps made most famous by the Italian Baroque artist Caravaggio and his painting of the same title. The painting depicts a brazen Cupid, the Roman god of love, knocking over many symbols of human endeavors and civilization, offering the commentary that art, war, music, and exploration pale in comparison to the pursuit (or possession) of love. The motto sometimes appears as OMNIA VINCIT AMOR ("all is conquered by love"), which was the original iteration in the Roman poet Virgil's Eclogues X, published around 37 BCE. Virgil is credited with first coining the phrase, and he truly said it best: OMNIA VINCIT AMOR: ET NOS CEDAMUS AMORI - “Love conquers all; let us, too, yield to love!”