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Chronou Feidou paper weight bears an ancient saying, which means Value Time. It is handmade of solid brass. The saying belongs to the ancient greek philosopher, Chilon of Sparta.
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
Handmade solid brass.
Ainos brass pin is a replica of the ancient silver tetradrachm (four-drachma coin) of Ainos (Aenus), which depicts the head of Hermes and on the reverse shows a goat standing right and the inscription AINI written above it. 5th century B.C., Ainos, Thrace.
Dimensions: 1,3 cm x 1,8 cm x 2 mm
Alexander the Great silver guitar pick. The engraving depicts the head of Alexander the Great, son of King Philip II of Macedon. The design is inspired by the gold medal from Tarsus in Cilicia. 3rd century B.C., Cilicia. Play your guitar with style!
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).
Alexander the Great bracelet inspired by the silver tetradrachm coin of King Lysimachus of Thrace, which depicts on the one side the head of Alexander the Great and on the other side of the coin goddess Athena, holding victory in her hands.
297 - 281 B.C., Macedonia
Diameter of the coin: 3 cm
Alexander the Great keyring is a replica of a vary rare find the Gold medal of Aboukir. This medal is an oversized monetary mark, which was a prize at the pentectical Alexandrian Ecumenical Games of Veria in Macedonia.
Medal dimensions: Φ. 4cm (diameter)
Alexander the Great brass pin is based on the depiction on the gold medal from Tarsus in Cilicia and it dates to the middle of the 3rd century B.C.
Dimensions: Diameter 1,8 cm x 3mm (thick)
Alexander the Great silver cufflinks are based on the depiction of a gold medal from Tarsus in Cilicia and it dates to the middle of the 3rd century B.C.
3rd century B.C., Cilicia
Solid silver 925°.
Alexander the Great is considered to be one of the greatest military generals and a famous Macedonian king. We created a paper weight, depicting Alexander the Great. The depiction is inspired by a gold medal of Tarsus.
Dimensions: 8 cm x 1 cm
We created a relief represantation, depicting Alexander the Great. The depiction is inspired by the gold medal of Tarsus.
3rd century B.C., Cilicia.
Dimensions: 12cm x 12cm x 5cm
Gold-plated 24K Copper, mounted on an acrylic back (plexiglass).
A relief representation of the head of Alexander the Great. It is inspired from a relief on an ancient mirror, dated to 1000 B.C., from Ancient Greece.
Dimensions: 11cm x 16cm x 3cm
Gold-plated copper on marble base.
A relief representation of the head of Alexander the Great. It is inspired by a relief from an ancient mirror, dated to 1000 B.C., from Ancient Greece.
Dimensions: 15cm x 15cm x 6,5cm
Silver-plated copper on an acrylic back (plexiglass).
A relief representation of the head of Alexander the Great. One of the finest surviving sculptures of Alexander the Great after his visit to ancient Athens.
Dimensions: 9cm x 18cm x 11cm
Alabaster coated with silver-plated copper.
We created a relief plaque of the head of Alexander the Great, that is inspired by a gold medal of Tarsus. The plaque is mounted on a marble base.
3rd century B.C., Ciliicia
Dimensions: 10cm x 15,5cm x 3cm
Brass, plated in silver solution 999°.
Wine amphora from the island of Thassos in Greece. Amphoras were used to store wine, olive oil and other commodities. Inspired by its shape, we created this letter opener. Mid-4th century B.C., Thassos
Dimensions: 19,2 cm x 2,5 cm x 1 cm
Handmade solid brass
Amphorae were used for the transport and storage of various products, both liquid and dry, but mostly for wine, since the prehistoric times. This bookmark is inspired by an wine amphora from the island of Thassos.
Mid-4th century, Thassos
Dimensions: 5cm x 2,3cm x 1mm
Wine amphora from the island of Thassos. Amphorae were used to store wine, olive oil and other commodities. Inspired by its shape, we created a silver letter opener.
Mid-4th century B.C., Thassos
Anchor from a Hydraic "nava" (ship) from the years of the Greek Revolution 1821. Of the Admiralty Pattern (British Naval). An exhibit at the Historical Archive Naval Museum of Hydra. Handmade solid brass copy with brown patina on acrylic base.
The syllabic Linear B script was a great inspiration for the creation of this new line of cufflinks. This script was used for writing Mycenaean Greek and it predates the Greek alphabet by several centuries. Handmade silver 925° casted.
Ancient spirals' keyring is based on a design of spirals found on ancient vases used to transport goods, such as wine, olive oil, water. Spirals were a historic and very strong symbol.
A brand new book on worry beads history, traveling from India to Greece.
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