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One of the most famous mysteries of archeology, the Disc of Phaistos, was our "guide" to the creation of an aesthetic pendant, handmade of silver. The reverse of the pendant bears a Minotaur design, inspired by the silver stater of Knossos, dated from 425 B.C.
Pendant in the shape of a figurine "Φ" type, inspired by the ancient mycenaean figurines of the phi-type.
14th century B.C., Ancient Greece.
Dimensions: 2cm x 4,2cm
Pendant in the shape of a figurine "Ψ" type, inspired by the ancient mycenaean figurines of the psi-type.
Dimensions: 2,3cm x 4cm
Silver pendant with a sphendone (sling), inspired by the ancient toy and weapon, that was used in warfare and in hunting. The sphendone was created by the artist El Phil (Eleftherios A. Philippakis) and it is created by an actual piece of wood. The pendant is offered with a black natural rubber cord.
Dimensions: 10cm x 4,5cm x 0,8cm
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
Pendant in the shape of a starfish. A beautifully designed jewel in free rendering, inspired by a real starfish and the crystal waters from the beaches of Greece.
Dimensions: 2cm x 2cm
We created for you a special pendant with black satin cord, inspired by the silver Attic tetradrachm (four-drachma coin) of Thasos, depicting on the one side the bust of Dionysus and on the other Hercules and the inscription, IRAKLEOUS, SAVIOR and THASSION.
2nd century B.C., Thasos.
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
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