The Midas Touch Finger Cuff
The Midas Touch Finger Cuff

                                                                                                                                               

Capturing the times and mythologies of King Midas, these finger cuffs represents the quintessential idea of alchemic grander which translate transforming lead into gold. In Ancient Egypt, Khemet, the queens and kings were adorned in gold, and to some ruler, every tip of the body should enjoy such privilege and benefactors. Back then and still today, gold is the most precious of the metals, not only for it's lustur but also its scientific benefits such a high conductor of heat and electricity, a form of currency as seen back then more privileged then the simple idea of money. 

In Alchemy, the process of committing such high levels of transmutation would deem a practitioner of the ancient studies a great enchanter.

Mentality, this process is also represented as the idea to transform one circumstance/situation and/or mind set to another platform of thinking, potentially challenging and evolving the way one perceives. Having the mind power to transmute such a change to a way of thinking will eventually change a perception or reality while succumbing to a new view of the world which ultimately will transform the way the world views them.

The Midas Touch Finger Cuff is a metaphysical and symbolic totem personifying the "myth" of transmutation. In experiencing either the physical" having them in your hands or view them on display, this totem may have someone reflect to themselves, "How can I transform my lifestyle?". Whether you physically connect to the idea of regality, or  the idea of transforming a piece of lead into gold or ever changing the way one views their fears they may face in their daily experience, these are all options to relate to. They are all part of you. The Midas Touch is but a reminder, however complex, of an inner power to choose any path that is desired, change any situation with a touch of one's inner gold.They represent what one can do with their hands. . and with gold fingers, the path never looked so bright.