Hebe Platinum Leather Sandals

SKU: 19-191-25_35


HEBE Sandals

Choose a pair of Greacus sandals, wear a piece of history and be inspired!

Elegant handmade leather sandals by Graecus. Inspired by Greek mythology Goddess Hebe, the sandals feature platinum and silver strass-coated snake leather.

  • Leather, Handmade
  • Made in Greece
  • Color: Platinum / Silver Strass Snake
  • Heel: 0.23 in / 0.6cm


    size US 5 / EU 35:  9.06 in / 23cm
    size US 6 / EU 36:  9.25 in / 23.5cm
    size US 7 / EU 37:  9.45 in / 24cm
    size US 8 / EU 38:  9.65 in / 24.5cm

    size US 9 / EU 39:  10 in / 25.5cm
    size US 10 / EU 40:  10.24 in / 26cm
    size US 11 / EU 41:  10.63 in / 27cm
    size US 12 / EU 42:  10.83 in / 27.5cm

    GRAECUS – the brand

    Graecus is about Greece.

    Graecus was born with the mission to spiritually illuminate us on Greek history, Greek origins, myth, art, civilization, Greek traditions, quality and craftmanship.

    Through the creation of sandals - unique in quality and design - Graecus aims to bring the Greek mythology and history to life, highlighting all of its well-known but also unknown protagonists.

    Choose your own pair of Graecus sandals, wear a piece of history and be inspired!


    Hebe was the Goddess of everlasting youth and beauty, the mistress of elegance and charm. She was the youngest daughter of Zeus and Hera. The name Hebe, in the Greek language means “youth”. Hebe had influence over eternal youth - a power exclusive to her. She had the ability to restore youth to mortals and ensure the eternal youth of gods.

    Hebe was the cupbearer for the gods and goddesses of Mount Olympus serving them Ambrosia and nectar that made the Olympian gods immortal. In art, she is typically seen with her father disquised as an eagle, holding a cup with ambrosia. 

    As a deity, Hebe was one of Hera's handmaidens and her job was to prepare the royal chariot. She was also the Goddess of forgiveness.

    Hebe later married the popular demigod Hercules and had two children with him – Alexiares and Anicetus.

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