"Endless Love", our new exclusive creation in pure 925º silver and 24-carat gold for eternal love. The collection includes a stunning pendant and a ring dedicated to those who believe that tomorrow they will love more than today!
Both pieces are true masterpieces of handmade carving. The sublime pendant features perforated spirals alternating with incised ones, alike a fine embroidery, while the ring has gold gilded spirals for a perfect match!
Dimensions: 3cm x 4cm
Offer today a memorable gift of love that will last forever, saying "from my heart to yours .. " Check also the pendant, a true masterpiece!
All prices include VAT.
All of our creations are handmade and are accompanied by a certificate of authenticity and a guarantee of our workshop.
Estimated delivery time : - Greece : 5 working days
- Europe : 7 - 10 working days
- Rest of world : 10 - 28 working days
The spiral is one of the oldest symbols and it was used since the Stone Age in Greece. It is one of the strongest - historic symbols of the ancient greek civilization and it declared the Greek origin of all things that bear it, especially before the classic period of the gold century and beyond.
The spiral is unwound through myths, religious beliefs and legends. It is etched on rocks and in prehistoric megalithic monuments. The ancient Greeks were aware of the great mystical meaning of the spiral, so they drew it everywhere. From the temples and the shields of warriors, the depiction of the hairstyle on the gorgeous head of the Kouros statues, and on the ornament for the ancient women's hair and jewelry. It has been found painted on frescos in ancient Thera and also on many vessels fron the Minoan age, that were discovered in Crete and Santorini.
The heart is arguably one of the most popular symbols on the planet, as it appears literally everywhere. This symbol, however, is not supposed to represent the real human heart, but the stem of the plant silphium - a herb, which was popular for its contraceptive skills in Roman times. The heart symbol was even used in Roman coins.
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