... "According to the legend, when Theseus, son of Aegeus, king of Athens, arrived in Crete, to offer himself as a sacrifice to the Minotaur, he met Minos' daughter, Ariadne, and won her favor. Ariadne saw Theseus and fell in love with him. She promised to show him a way to escape the Labyrinth if he agreed to marry her and take her back to Athens. Theseus agreed and Ariadne gave him a mito (basket) made of twine that Daedalus had given her. Having tied one end of the tangle at the entrance to the Labyrinth, he began to unravel it as he made his way through the corridors. Thus Theseus was able to retrace his route to the exit, as long as he managed to kill the Minotaur….”
A beautiful story about a beautiful decorative set to decorate a corner of your home. It consists of two decorative soy candles, (a woman's body and a ball of twine) placed on a white concrete tray with golden aluminum foil details.
• Female body: 100% soy wax, white in color with fragrance. Dimensions: H9.3xW5.5xL5.5cm
• Myth: 100% soy wax, white in color with fragrance. Dimensions: H5.5xW5.5xL5.5cm
• Cement tray: White cement tray with gold aluminum foil. Dimensions: L18xW9xH1.6cm