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Cycladic figurine Kid's Silver Pendant. The ishape of the marble and features show that it probably comes from a Cycladic figurine that of the folded hands type,dating between 2800 - 2100 BC
Solid silver 925° handmade copy, offered with black satin and sea blue cord for our little friends.
Dimensions: 2,5 cm x 7mm x 2mm
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 925° and is offered with a black satin and a sea blue cord more suitable for our little friends in a gift packaging.
Early Cycladic II, 2800-2300 BC
Dimensions: 1,5 cm x 1,5 cm x 2 mm
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