The Versace Medusa Head Medallion Pendant2

The Versace Medusa Head Medallion Pendant2 3D print model


Beautifully designed Medusa Head Versace medallion pendant. Background textured is also making it premium. It suits the people who are modern, bold and fashion geek. Its a must have pendant for jewelry lovers.

A logo that we do know the meaning behind is that of Versace. Gianni Versace was inspired by greek mythology, born in a town in Southern Italy that had been influenced by Greek culture and tradition after Greek colonization centuries earlier. It’s no surprise that Versace chose the head of Medusa for his label’s logo. Medusa in Greek mythology is a beautiful Gorgon who was turned into a hideous monster by Athena. She goes from alluring woman to snake-haired monster who turns men to stone with a glance. Versace was inspired by the pre-monster Medusa who symbolizes power, strength and beauty. This is clear in his logo that portrays her with flowing hair instead of snakes.

Most will know Medusa for her head of snakes instead of hair and the power to turn anyone who looks at her into stone. Many will also be familiar with her most famous tale from mythology—being beheaded by Perseus. After severing her head using a bronze shield to protect his eyes, Perseus used Medusa's head to defeat his enemies in battle. Medusa became a sign of monstrous evil, but her backstory is far different. According to the main variation of her tale, Medusa was once a beautiful young woman. It was that beauty that caught the attention of sea god Poseidon, who is said to have raped her in Athena's sacred temple. Athena in response turned Medusa into the figure we recognize, with her snake curls and deathly stare. In the widely believed variation, the power put onto Medusa was a curse from Athena, who was furious at the tainting of her sacred temple. Other iterations of the myth however recognize it as a blessing, a way for Medusa to protect herself after being assaulted by Poseidon. According to The Met Museum, Medusa is portrayed in most Greek art as an apotropaic symbol used to protect and ward off the negative, representing a dangerous threat meant to deter other dangerous threats, an image of evil to repel evil.

Pendant width = 46.46 mm, Depth = 7.47 mm. Weight in silver = 39.88 grms approx. Weight in 18K gold = 59.84 grms approx. Actual weight will be less than estimated weight.

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The Versace Medusa Head Medallion Pendant2
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The Versace Medusa Head Medallion Pendant2
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Format limitations
  • Stereolithography (.stl)52.4 MB
  • Rhinoceros 3D 5.14 (.3dm)65.8 MB
  • OBJ (.obj, .mtl)57.9 MB

3D Model details

  • Publish date2022-04-25
  • Model ID#3720833
  • Ready for 3D Printing