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Discover unique handmade gifts for every type of dad or create personalized gifts especially for him!
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.
The voyage of Dionysus, box with detail from the depiction of the representation painted on an ancient Attic black-figure kylix.
Dimensions: 24cm x 20cm x 6,5cm
Silver-plated Copper on wooden box.
Boxing was one the oldest Olympic sports, that was included in the Olympic program in 688 B.C..
Dimensions: 7cm x 10cm x 3,5cm
Silver-plated Brass, mounted on a greek black marble base, with white and grey waters.
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°.
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.
Brig "Ares", Hydra. The ship of Anastasios Tsamados, that was used in the Greek War of Independence in 1821.
Dimensions: 12 cm x 12 cm x 2,5 cm
Silver 999° on acrylic base.
Trireme, an ancient warship with ram on its prow, from Corinth. It was used from all the ancient maritime civilizations in Ancient Greece.
8th-5th century B.C., Corinth, Ancient Greece.
Dimensions: 16,5 cm x 13,5 cm x 2 cm
Silver 999°, mounted on an acrylic base (plexiglass).
Trireme, an ancient war ship, with ram on its prow. Corinth was the first greek city-state to construct triremes in ancient Greece.
8th-5th century B.C., Corinth, Ancient Greece
Dimensions of the ship: 25,5 cm x 17 cm
Dimensions with marble base: 25, 5 cm x 18 cm x 4 cm
Copper, plated in brass, mounted on a black marble base.
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
We created a relief plaque, with the depiction of an ancient sport, the Discus. In the ancient Olympic games, the discus was part of the pentathlon. A unique sculpture for the decoration of your office.
Dimensions: 7cm x 11cm x 3,5cm
Silver-plated brass plaque, mounted on a base of black marble with white and gray waters.
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