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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
An exquisite necklace, inspired by the shape of the ammonites. We created this wonderful piece of art for all nature lovers in handmade silver.
A silver pendant of unique beauty that will surprise with it's aesthetic, inspired by the silver tetradrachm of Amphipolis with the head of Apollo embossed on the obverse and a torch within an incuse square, with the word AMFIPOLITON or AMFIPOLITEON, carved upon its raised frame.
356-355 Β.C., Amfipolis, Macedonia.
We created a silver pendant in the shape of a vessel, inspired by the form of an ancient perfium vessel.
1st century A.D., Cyprus.
Dimensions: 1,4 cm x 4cm
From the ancient coin of Thebes, with the design of the shield (aspis) on the one side, we have created for you a special two-sided silver pendant which can be worn each time from a different side. Every time a new look.
379-338 B.C., Thebes, Boeotia.
Diameter: 2,5 cm
Wisdom, power and history, are the guide to our creation of this special two-sided silver pendant, Athena & Alexander. A unique style jewelry, depicting Goddess Athena and Alexander the Great, that will satisfy the most particular tastes.
Pendant in the form of a bird with two circles, inspired by an ancient pendant.
8th-7th century. B.C., Feres, Thessaly
Dimensions: 3cm x 8,5cm
Pendant, inspired by an earring in the shape of a bucranium (bull's head), decorated with dense granulation. The earring was found at the chamber tombs of the Mavro Spilio cemetery at Knossos. The bucranium, which symbolized the bull, was one of the most common sacred symbols, that was used in Minoan jewelry art.
14th - 13th century B.C., Knossos, Crete
Dimensions: 5 cm x 9,5 cm x 1 cm
Solid Silver 999°.
The "Cycladic Star" pendant was inspired by the shape of a frying-pan, the ancient clay vessels, which were mostly discovered in the island of Syros in the Aegean sea. This exclusive handmade work of art jewelry is made of silver 999° attached on an obsidian black stone and is offered with a black saten cord. Dimensions: 4 cm x 8 cm x 8 mm
The "Cycladic Star" pendant was inspired by the shape of a frying-pan, the ancient clay vessels, which were mostly discovered in the island of Syros in the Aegean sea. This exclusive handmade work of art jewelry is made of silver 999° attached on an obsidian black stone and is offered with a black saten cord.
Early Cycladic II, 2800-2300 BC
Dimensions: 4 cm x 8 cm x 8 mm
The "Cycladic Star" pendant was inspired by the shape of a frying-pan, the ancient clay vessels, which were mostly discovered in Syros. This unique work of art is handmade of silver 999° and is offered with a black saten cord in a gift packaging.
Dimensions: 4 cm x 4,5 cm x 2 mm
The illustrations of the ancient coin of Naxos and its reliefs, inspired us to create a jewel of unique aesthetic and historical value. The coin features the head of Dionysus, wearing an ivy wreath. The reverse side bears the inscription NAXION around a Silenus. The two different designed sides enable you to wear it each time, like is the first time!
461-430 B.C., Naxos.
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