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The Olive Wreath, the prize of the athletes at the first Olympic games in ancient Olympia, in Greece. A symbol of peace and creation and our source of inspiration for this handmade jewel.
Solid brass gold-plated 24K.
Spiral silver brooch. The Spiral is one of the oldest symbols since the Stone Age in Greece. The design is dipicted on an ancient vase, that was found in Eastern Crete. 1500-1450 B.C., Crete.
Dimensions: 3,5cm x 4cm
Spiral gold-plated brooch. The Spiral is one of the oldest symbols since the Stone Age in Greece. The design is dipicted on an ancient vase, that was found in Eastern Crete. 1500-1450 B.C., Crete.
Handmade Gold-plated 24K Brass.
Shield of Thebes pin. The design is from the shield depicted on the one side of the silver stater of Thebes. Handmade replica in solid brass.
Diameter: 2 cm
Cretan War of Independence Flag Pin. The glorious Cretan flag, now offered to you as a pin handmade of 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
Handmade solid brass.
Brooch (pin) with letters of the Greek Alphabetic script engraved on them. A sophisticated gift created for the admirers of the ancient greek culture and the greek alphabetic system. A gift proposal for men in handmade solid brass. 8th - 7th century B.C.
Dimensions: 1,8 cm x 1,5 cm
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 brass pin which depicts the head of Goddess Athena, wearing a crested Corinthian helmet, from the ancient gold stater coin of Alexander the Great (Alexander III of Macedon). The brooche comes with gift packaging.
Greek Flag Pin. The glorious Greek flag, now offered to you as a pin handmade of solid brass.
Leonidas bronze helmet in the battle of Thermopylae. Handmade solid brass pin.
The shield of Leonidas pin. This handmade brass pin is our proposal to celebrate 2500 years from the battle against the Persians at Thermopylae, in Sparta, Greece.
Handmade solid brass with patina.
Oak leaf gold-plated pin. The leaf is inspired by the golden oak wreath of king Philip II of Macedon, in the city of Vergina in Greece and dates to the 4th century B.C. Handmade of 24K gold-plated solid brass.
Dimensions: 1,5 cm x 2,5 cm x 2 mm
Oak Leaf Gold-plated 24K Brooch, isnpired by the golden wreath of king Philip II of Macedon, which was found at his tomb in the city of Vergina in Greece.
Dimensions: 2,5 cm x 5 cm x 2 mm
Handmade 24 karats gold-plated solid brass.
The Olive Branch is a symbol of peace and creation and our source of inspiration for this handmade jewel by the artist El Phil (Eleftherios A. Philippakis).
Dimensions: 6 cm x 5 cm
Silver 999° gold-plated 24K
Brooch inspired by Apollo's lyre. Apollo was the patron god of music and arts. The lyre is the most respectable and known of all the musical instruments in ancient Greece and was the main instrument of the musical education of the youths’ in Ancient Greece.
480 - 470 B.C.
Dimensions: 3cm x 6cm x 1,5cm
Silver-plated brass with brown patina.
Pin with the ''Bees'' of Malia. The gold pendant was discovered at the Necropolis of the Minoan Palace of Malia, in Crete.
Dimensions: 2 cm x 1,7 cm x 2 mm
Brooch in the shape of an ancient Ionic capital. The capitals are the upper part of the columns, that were used in order tosupport the roofs of the ancient temples in ancient Greece.The Ionic capitals are great monuments of ancient Greek architecture. The brooch is crafted by the artist Marios Voutsinas.
6th century B.C., Ancient Greece.
Dimensions: 1 cm x 2 cm x 1 cm
Brooch with a decorative round-shaped rosette (rodakas) with floral decoration and an engraved flower, consisting of six leaves and decorative beads. It is inspired by a mycenaean rosette bead. During the Mycenaean period, these jewelry decorated the men's and women's clothing and the diadems of the Mycenaean Queens. 1400-1300 B.C., Mycenae. The pendant is offered with a black cord.
Rosette Diameter: 2.5 cm
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