In the philosophy of Aristotle, entelécheia, a word invented by Aristotle, from the combination of the Greek words enteles (complete), telos (end, purpose, completion), and echein (to have), is the state of something that is fully realized. Actuality as opposed to potentiality.
Epsilon, the fifth letter of ancient greek alphabet, has many uses in mathematics, computer sciece, and more. In astronomy it stands for the fifth-brightest star in a constellation, and also Epsilon is the name for Uranus' most distant and most visible ring.
Handcrafted Epsilon necklace in sterling silver 925, rough and matte finished, with a fine layer of 24K gold plating.
Chain lenght 45cm.
Letter's dimensions approx 0.6cm x 1.2cm.
Every FJ piece comes in branding packaging, with lifetime guarantee card.
Also available in gold 14 & 18 Karat upon request. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get a price.