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"Chronou Feidou", saying of the ancient philosopher Chilon of Sparta, which means to value time.
Dimensions: 5 cm x 5,7 cm x 4 mm
Υour lucky coin!
The so-called "Constantinato" has byzantine origin and it is said by our tradition to be miraculous. This "Constantinato" lucky coin is a copy of the original byzantine coin.
Diameter: 2,5 cm
Gold-plated 24K Silver 925°.
The so-called "Constantinato" is a gold-plated or silver coin of Byzantine origin, which is concidered to be miraculous, according to our tradition. This "Constantinato" lucky coin is a copy of the original constantinato coin.
Silver bracelet, bearing the ancient proverb "outhen matin i physis poiei" by the ancient Greek philosopher, Aristotle, which means, that "nature does not create anything without a purpose".
Dimensions: 6,5cm x 1cm
Silver pair of earrings in the shape of a ring with an ancient greek proverb. The ancient proverb "outhen matin i physis poiei" by the ancient Greek philosopher, Aristotle, means that "nature does not create anything without a purpose".
Silver pendant with an ancient greek proverb. The ancient proverb "outhen matin i physis poiei" by the ancient Greek philosopher, Aristotle, means that "nature does not create anything without a purpose".
Diameter of the ring: 3,8cm
Silver ring, bearing an ancient greek proverb. The ancient proverb "outhen matin i physis poiei" by the ancient Greek philosopher, Aristotle, means that "nature does not create anything without a purpose".
Dimensions: 2cm x 0,7cm
2018 charm was inspired by a bronze ancient pendant, in the form of a bird standing on two rings. It was found at Feres, in Thessaly and is dated to 8th-7th century B.C. We chose to combine this impressive and unique shape of the bird pendant with an ancient spatula of the 5th century found in the area of Keramikos in Athens and form the number "18" thus creating a unique and special charm for the new year.
Dimensions: 3cm x 8,5cm
Handmade solid brass.
We created the acorns as a charm, that will bring you luck for the new year. A new line of charms, designed in a minimalist approach to satisfy even the most demanding tastes.
Dimensions: 5cm x 5cm
Gold-plated 24K Brass
Acrobat Clock. From the unique performance of the acrobat engraved on the cover of a sword found in Malia, in Crete, we created a special clock.
1600 B.C., Malia, Crete
Dimensions: 29cm x 23cm
Silver-plated copper with wooden base.
The Mask of Agamemnon, paper weight. Agamemnon in Greek mythology, was the son of King Atreus and Queen Aerope of Mycenae. This unique find is the inspiration of this hand casted paper weight.
Dimensions: 7 cm x 7,5 cm x 1 cm
A relief representation of Alexander the Great at the Battle of Issus, inspired by a Pompeii mosaic, that shows the macedonian king riding his horse, Bucephalus, and charging the fleeing Persians.
2nd century B.C., Pompeii
Dimensions: 21cm x 28cm x 8cm
Silver-plated 999° Copper, mounted on an acrylic back (plexiglass).
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