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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
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.
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.
Pendant inspired by a clay amphora, decorated with handles on each side of the vessel. This type of vessel was used to store and to transport wine, olive oil, precious aromatic oils or other commodities.
4th century B.C., Thassos
Dimensions of the amphora: 6,5cm x 2,5cm
Wine amphora from Thassos, decorated with two handles on each side of the vessel. This type of vessel was used to store and transport wine, olive oil and other commodities. We created a unique silver pendant, inspired by the shape of a clay amphora.
Mid-4th century B.C., Thassos
Dimensions: 4,3cm x 1,5cm
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
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
The aquarius zodiac sign with an aquamarine stone! It is an artistic pendant in 925° silver with your zodiac sign and your lucky semi-precious stone.
Silver 925° with semi-precious stone.
The aries zodiac sign with a hematite stone! It is an artistic pendant in silver 925° with your zodiac sign and your lucky semi-precious stone.
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
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