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Silver baby rattle in the shape of agnytha. An object known from ancient weaving, since it was used as weight to hold the threads on the loom. We created this rattle inspired by its shape, where you can write on its four sides your own personal dedication and offer it to the newborn, at his/her baptism or at a baby’s first birthday.
Pure silver 999 °
Dimensions: 3 cm x 3 cm x 4 cm
Baby rattle with miniature aryballos, inspired by an aryballoid vase. The aryballos is decorated with spiral motifs on the body. The vessel was used as container for perfume or oil mainly by women but also by male athlets. The aryballoid vases were particularly popular in the Archaic period and the Early Cycladic Period. The aryballos is attached to a wooden ring.
Early Cycladic II period - Syros phase
Diameter of the aryballos: 4 cm
Diameter of the ring: 5,5 cm
Dimensions of the baby rattle: 5,5 cm x 10 cm
Silver baby rattle, small ball with wavy handle. Baby rattles were used since the ancient years. Its sound and shiny metal kept the newborn calm.
Handmade silver 999°.
Offered with a tassel in a gift packaging.
Silver baby rattle, small ball with handle. Baby rattles were well known since the ancient years. The sound they produced when the babys shook it, stopped them from crying.
Handmade silver 999° in gift packaging.
Dimensions: ball diameter 3cm | handle length 9cm
Silver baby rattle in the shape of a cat. In ancient Greece rattles in the shape of animals were especially popular and they were usually made of clay or metal.
The rattle is made of pure silver 999° and is offered with a wooden ring.
Dimensions: 9,5 cm x 5,5 cm
Cross-shaped Figurine from Cyprus. Inspired by the shape of the figurine we created a handmade Baby Rattle for our kids' exclusive collection.
Dimensions: 4 cm x 6,5 cm
Silver rattle in the shape of a fish, that was one of the most important Christian symbols, that symbolized Jesus Christ, as it is proven by the initials letters of the greek words Jesus Christ Son of God Saviour that form the greek word ichthys (fish).
Hippopotamus figurine, is an inspiration for a unique design to create a baby rattle (dummy). We engraved by hand the shape and the designs on wax and then coated with pure silver 999°. This is really a gift for newborns and babies!
Handmade Pure Silver
Minotaur. Inspired by the shape of the ancient toy we created a handmade baby rattle for our kids' exclusive collection.
Βaby rattle in the shape of polar bear. The rattle is made of silver 999° and is offered with a wooden ring.
Inspired by the shell of the turtle and the silver stater of Aegina, which was the first greek and european currency, we created an extraordinary baby rattle.
Dimensions: 3 cm x 11,5 cm
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