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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°.
We created a pendant in the shape of a spiral. The Spiral is one of the oldest symbols and it was used since the Stone Age in Greece. The design of this silver spiral pendant is from a vase, that was found in eastern Crete.
1500-1450 B.C., Crete.
Dimensions: 3,5cm x 4cm
We created especially for you, a unique jewellery with Triton, who was a mythological deity of the seas in ancient Greece. The pendnat is inspired by the silver stater of Itanos, that depicts Triton on one side and two seahorses on the other.
375-350 B.C., Crete
The Spiral is one of the oldest symbols since the Stone Age in Greece. A design from a vase, that was found in the Eastern Crete, inspired us to create this unique pendant.
Gold-plated 24K Brass.
Inspired by the shape and the semantics of an ancient wine jug, we created a jewel bearing a toast for Peace by engraving the saying of the famous Greek philosopher Epictetus, "The world of ours is a single city". It can also be offered as a charm, by placingthe number "16"at the back side of the wine jug in silver 925°. It is offered with a red or black satin cord to be worn as a pendant.
Dimensions: 3 cm x 4 cm x 1mm
Gold-plated 24K brass
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