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The icon of the Virgin of Ekatontapyliani in Paros. One of the most important preserved Christian monuments found in the Greek territory.
4th century A.D., Paros island. Cyclades.
Dimensions: 28cm x 37,5cm.
Silver 999° & partial gold-plating 24K.
Backgammon with 30 numismatic draughts, depicting 15 Byzantine Emperors, as they were depicted on the coins of the Byzantine Empire.
Dimensions: Draughts: 3,5cm Coins: 2,4cm Board: 43,5cm x 51,5cm x 6,5cm
Wooden board and draughts, made of alabaster, solid silver 925° and vermeil.
The chess of the 1821 Greek Revolution! A battle in miniature on an alabaster chessboard with 32 pawns, inspired by the Greek and Turkish fighters of the Revolution.
Dimensions of the chessboard: 35cm x 35cm x 3,5cm
Height of the pawns: 4,5cm - 7cm
Alabaster chessboard and pawns, made of english pewter.
Copper Corinthian helmet, from a workshop in Peloponnese, Greece.
6th - 5th century BC, Ancient Olympia, Greece
Dimensions: 22cm x 30cm
Dimensions of the base: 20 cm x 11 cm x 1,5 cm
Copy in copper with oxidation, mounted on a removable wooden base.
Replica of a copper corinthian helmet with nails, from a workshop in Peloponnese, Greece.
Dimensions of the helmet: 22cm x 30cm
Dimensions of the wooden base: 20 cm x 11 cm x 1,5 cm
7th - 6th century BC, Ancient Olympia, Greece
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.
Sponge sailing ship from the islands in the Sea of Marmara. The copy is inspired by a voting offering, at the museum in Lemnos island in the Aegean Sea.
19th century, Islands of the Sea of Marmara
Dimensions: 13cm x 13,5cm x 2,5cm
Silver 999° on acrylic base (plexiglass).
Copper breastplate, part of an armor, depicting Zeus and Apollo with his lyre, turned into a clock.
650-625 B.C., Ancient Olympia
Dimensions: 23cm x 30cm
Copper copy, placed on wooden base.
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°
Handmade custom leather case, specially desinged to place the Greek Revolutions Sword, a unique historical heirloom. Available only upon order.
Dimensions of leather case: 1,10cm x 8cm
Copper breastplate, part of an armor, depicting Zeus and Apollo with his lyre.
Ancient Olympia, Greece.
Copy in copper
The gold-plated bowl is inspired by the Star (Sun) of Vergina, that decorated the golden larnax, that was found in the tomb of King Philip II of Macedonia. A common symbol of ancient Greece and the Argead dynasty. A unique gift for your office or home decoration.
5th century B.C., Vergina, Macedonia
Dimensions: 20 cm x 4 cm
Gold-plated 24K Copper
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