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Inspired by the shape and the semantics of an ancient wine jug, we created this exceptional key-ring with a toast for Peace engraving the saying of the famous Greek philosopher Epictetus, "The world of ours is a single city". It can also be offered as a charm for the new year! We place at the back side of the wine jug in silver 925° the number year and is attached with a red satin cord to a gold-plated ring.
Diamensions: 3 cm x 4 cm x1mm
Gold-plated 24K brass
Inspired by the silver tridrachm of Delphi, we created a key-ring, decorated with a quadripartite incuse square and four dolphins.
480 - 475 B.C., Delphi
Diameter of the coin: 2,5cm
Dimensions of the key-ring: 2,5 cm x 10 cm x 3 mm
From the letters of local variants of the Greek alphabetic script, we created a unique key-ring attached with black leather on the ring. The greek alphabetic script is a left writing system, dating to 8th - 7th century B.C. Ancient Greece
Dimensions: 3 cm x3 cm x 3 mm
Dimensions of the key-ring: 3 cm x 11,5 cm x 3 mm
Create today your key-ring with your initials in metal and make yourself or offer a unique gift! A personalized gift that will make the difference!
Dimentions of letter: 3,5 cm x 4 cm x 1mm (thickness)
Solid silver 925°
For any other idea and shape that you want to create you can share it with us, calling +30 210 9964841 or e-mail us email@example.com and we will make sure that you will receive what you wish!
The Octopus Charm 2018, comes from a Mycenaean golden hair decoration (which is kept in the National Archaeological Museum of Athens). An ancient jewel used for hair decoration depicting an octapus with spirals on the end of its tentacles. It can also be offered as a key-ring.
Dimensions: 3cm x 2mm
Handmade solid brass.
A beautiful creation, an olive leaf key-ring, which is a copy from an actual olive leaf. We desinged this beautiful and unique accessory, inspired by the olive tree and its greatness. The leaf is attached on a brass ring.
Dimensions: 3 cm x 11 cm x 3 mm
We created a key-ring, that bears a carving of a sponge sailing caique, from the islands in the sea of Marmara and it is inspired by the maritime tradition of New Koutali.
19th century A.D., Nea Koutali, Lemnos
Dimensions of the carving: 3,5 cm x 2,5 cm x3 mm
Dimensions of the key-ring: 3,5 cm x 10 cm x 3 mm
Oval shape singet with hieroglyphic design engraving from Phaistos in Crete.
Pre-palatial Minoan Civilization, 2200-2000 B.C.
Dimensions of signet: 2 cm x 4 cm x 3 mm
Dimensions of key-ring: 2 cm x 10 cm x3 mm
Silver-plated brass, attached with black leather on the ring.
Key-ring with a signet seal, depicting a ram (aigagros). The round seal is a finding of the Pre-palatial Minoan Civilization from Phaistos.
2200-2000 B.C., Crete
Diameter of signet: 2,7cm x 3 mm
Dimensions of key-ring: 2,7cm x 10cm x 3 mm
Spirals' silver-plated key-ring was an inspiration of an ancient Greek steatite jewel stamp, found in the town of old Epidauros , dated 2600-2200 B.C. Handmade engraving made it possible to depict the design as close to the original.
Dimensions: 2,8 cm x 11,5 cm
Every item is offered in gift packaging.
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