Named after the Roman goddess Rumina or "the nourisher", also known as the protectress of all nursing young, both human and nonhuman. Rumina had a temple near an enchanted fig tree where the abandoned twins Romulus and Remus were found abandoned and suckled by a she-wolf. The wolf continued to feed and raise the twins, who eventually founded Rome. Offerings to Rumina were of milk rather than of wine.
One-Of-A-Kind and featuring a vibrant spectacle of glistening Pink and Blue Sapphires, this hand-carved goddess of gold represents the precious care and nourishment that only a mother can give!