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87.00
6,5 cm x 1 cm, 44 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Sterling Silver 925°, Bracelet, 11.3 gr

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

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3,5 cm, 32 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Sterling Silver 925°, Earrings, 11 gr

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".

Diameter: 3,5cm

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with black satin cord, 3,8 cm, 24 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Sterling Silver 925°, Pendant, 7 gr

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

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Athens, 2 cm x 0,7 cm, 24 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Sterling Silver 925°, Ring, 3 gr

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

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87.00
6,5 cm x 1 cm, 44 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Sterling Silver 925°, Bracelet, 11.3 gr

Silver bracelet with an ancient greek proverb. The bracelet bears the ancient proverb "o kosmos oytos mia polis esti", which means that "the world of ours is a single city", by the famous ancient philosopher, Epictetus.

Dimensions: 6,5cm x 1cm

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59.90
3,5 cm, 32 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Sterling Silver 925°, Earrings, 11 gr

Silver pair of earrings with an ancient greek proverb. The earrings bear the ancient proverb "o kosmos oytos mia polis esti", which means that "the world of ours is a single city", by the famous ancient philosopher, Epictetus.

Diameter: 3,5 cm

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29.90
with black satin cord, 3,8 cm, 27 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Sterling Silver 925°, Pendant, 11 gr

Silver pendant in the shape of a ring with an ancient greek proverb. The pendant bears the ancient proverb "o kosmos oytos mia polis esti", which means that "the world of ours is a single city", by the famous ancient philosopher, Epictetus.

Diameter: 3,8cm

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34.90
2 cm x 0,7 cm, 24 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Sterling Silver 925°, Ring, 3 gr

Silver ring with an ancient greek proverb. The ring bears the ancient proverb "o kosmos oytos mia polis esti", which means that "the world of ours is a single city", by the famous ancient philosopher, Epictetus.

Dimensions: 2cm x 0,7cm

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Asia Minor, 8th century B.C., with black satin cord, 4 cm x 3,5 cm, 28 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Solid Silver 999°, Pendant, 12 gr

Aegagros (wild goat), a pendant with two wild goat heads, inspired by a unique crown of an unknown object.

8th century. B.C., Asia Minor.

Dimensions: 4cm x 3,5cm

Silver 999°.

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Thrace, 5th century B.C. , 1,3 cm x 1,8 cm x 2 mm, 80 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Brass, Brooches, 10 gr

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

Handmade solid brass.

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Macedonia , 297 - 281 B.C., adjustable cord to fit all wrists with special tying, 60 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Brass, Bracelet, 15 gr

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

Brass.

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Cilicia , 3rd century B.C., 1,8 cm x 3 mm (think), 50 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Brass, Brooch, 10 gr

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)

Handmade solid brass.

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