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The glorious sword of the heroes of the Greek revolution in 1821, that glorified the heroes in numerous battles of the Greek War of Independence against the Ottoman Empire.
Length of the blade: 78cm
Dimensions of the sword: 93,5 cm x 20 cm x 3,5 cm
Steel with partial 24K gold-plating.
Silver letter opener, inspired by the glorious curved sword (pala) of "the Elder of Morea" Theodoros Kolokotronis, that armed him in the numerous battles of the War. The handle is adorned by an embossed lion's head.
Dimensions of the sword: 24 cm x 3 cm x 1,5 cm
Blade: Silver 925° Handle: Silver 999°
Two small cannons which "framed" the figure-head of the warships during the Greek War of Independence 1821 were used by the Captains as a greeting instrument at the meeting of their ships.The cannon is brass casted and finished with brown patina.
Dimensions: 5cm x 10cm 5cm
Copper breastplate, part of an armor, depicting Zeus and Apollo with his lyre.
Ancient Olympia, Greece.
Copy in copper
Handmade wooden stand-showcase, specially desinged to place the Greek Revolutions Sword, a unique historical heirloom.
Dimensions: 1,08cm x 24cm
"Charbi" knife with dainty impressive handle. The knife is used as decoration for the handle of our unique letter opener.
19th century, Hydra.
Dimensions: 1 cm x 18 cm
Handmade custom leather case, specially desinged to place the Greek Revolutions Sword, a unique historical heirloom.
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