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Olive Wreath, symbol of peace and creation, also known as kotinos. The kotinos was the prize of the winners of the ancient Olympic Games. The design is made by the artist El Phil (Eleftherios A. Philippakis).
776 B.C., Ancient Olympia.
Dimensions: 11,5cm x 11,5cm x 5,5cm
Silver-plated Copper, mounted on a wooden box.
One of the most famous mysteries of archeology, the Phaistos Disc, inspired us to create for you an impressive clock with embossed symbols, for your home or your office. 17th century B.C., Phaistos, Crete
Dimensions of the disc: 17 cm x 2 cm
Copper with marble base.
Inspired by the Phaistos Disc, one of the most famous unexplained mysteries of archaeology, we created a unique mug for your dinner set.
17th century B.C., Phaistos, Crete.
Diameter: 6,5cm Height: 10,5cm
Early Christian bronze cross with relief representations of the Resurrection and the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
Dimensions: 8cm x 5cm
Brass with natural oxidation.
Miniature sailing yacht, mounted on acrylic base. The sailing yachts are large wind-powered vessels, on which the control of the ship's movement is achieved with sails. The ship is inspired by an embossed represenation of a ship on a handmade candy box, made of glass, dated to 1924.
1924 A.D., Greece
Dimensions: 6,2cm x 9,5cm x 2,5cm (with acrylic base)
We created a key-ring, that bears a carving of a sponge sailing caique, from the islands in the sea of Marmara and it is inspired by the maritime tradition of New Koutali.
19th century A.D., Nea Koutali, Lemnos
Dimensions of the carving: 3,5 cm x 2,5 cm x3 mm
Dimensions of the key-ring: 3,5 cm x 10 cm x 3 mm
Oval shape singet with hieroglyphic design engraving from Phaistos in Crete.
Pre-palatial Minoan Civilization, 2200-2000 B.C.
Dimensions of signet: 2 cm x 4 cm x 3 mm
Dimensions of key-ring: 2 cm x 10 cm x3 mm
Silver-plated brass, attached with black leather on the ring.
Silver Tetradrachm coin of Aetolia, depicting Hercules on the obverse of the coin and the personalized Aetolia, sitting on a pile of shields, on the reverse.
220 - 189 BC., Aetolia, Central Greece.
Diameter of the coin: 2,6 cm
Dimensions of the acrylic case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm
Handmade copy of the silver four-drachma coin (tetradrachm) of King Lysimachus of Thrace, depicting the head of Alexander the Great on the obverse of the coin and goddess Athena, holding victory in her hands, on the reverse.
297 - 281 B.C., Macedonia
Diameter of the coin: 3 cm
A spear butt, part of the ancient greek weapon called dory, which covers the end of the dory. It can be used as a letter opener.
Dimensions: 27cm x 2,5cm
Copy in brass
A spearhead, part of the ancient greek weapon called dory, which covers the top of the dory. It can be used as a letter opener.
Dimensions: 18cm x 4cm.
Spearhead is the front part of the spear (drory) which was an ancient greek weapon. The original was found in Ancient Olympia and is in copper. It can be used as a letter opener. Dimensions: 18cm x 1,5cm
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