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Wooden box with detail of the famous "Bull leaping" fresco, found in the palace of Knossos in Crete.
Middle Minoan III - Late Minoan IB Era, 1600 B.C, Knossos, Crete.
Dimensions: 12,7cm x 21,5cm x 5,3cmWooden box with copper relief representation, plated in silver solution 999°.
Goddess with snakes, a work of art inspired by Minoan art and the statue of the goddess of snakes found in the Palace of Knossos in Crete.
Late Bronze Age, 1600 B.C, Knossos, Crete
Dimensions: 10 cm x 10 cm
Wooden box with copper relief plaque, plated in silver solution 999°.
Olive Wreath, symbol of peace and creation, also known as kotinos. The kotinos was the prize of the winners of the ancient Olympic Games. The design is made by the artist El Phil (Eleftherios A. Philippakis).
776 B.C., Ancient Olympia.
Dimensions: 11,5cm x 11,5cm x 5,5cm
Silver-plated Copper, mounted on a wooden box.
"Trireme", an ancient war ship. Its main weapon was the ram under its prow.
8th-5th cent. B.C., Corinth, Ancient Greece.
Dimensions 21,5cm x 13cm x 5cm
Copper, plated in silver solution 999°, mounted on a wooden box.
Box with two doves, desinged and engraved by the artist El Phil (Eleftherios A. Philippakis), on plaster to create the prototype mould.
Dimensions: 15,5 cm x 21 cm
Silver-plated copper on a wooden box.
The voyage of Dionysus, box with detail from the depiction of the representation painted on an ancient Attic black-figure kylix.
Dimensions: 21,5cm x 13cm x 5cm
Silver-plated Copper on wooden box.
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