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The Acropolis of Athens is the famous ancient monument of the city of Athens, dedicated primarily to goddess Athena. Our impressive candlestick depicts goddess Athena, the Parthenon and the Erechtheion with the legendary caryatids.
5th century, Golden Age of Pericles, Athens
Dimensions: 7cm x 4cm x 6,5cm
This impressive tealight depicts goddess Athena, the Parthenon and the Erechtheion with the legendary caryatids, on the Acropolis of Athens. Golden Age of Pericles 5th century B.C.
Silver-plated handmade casted alabaster.
The shape of the syllabic Linear B script was a great inspiration for the creation of this new line of candlesticks. This script was used for writing Mycenaean Greek and it predates the Greek alphabet by several centuries.
Gold-plated 24k solid bronze.
Gold-plated 24k solid brass.
Solid brass with natural oxidation.
Gold-plated solid brass.
The shape of the syllabic Linear B script was a great inspiration for the creation of this new line of candlesticks. 17th - 13th cent. B.C.
Dimensions: 16 cm x 14 cm x 6,5 cm
Gold-plated 24k handmade solid brass.
Candlestick in the shape of an ancient Ionic capital. The capitals are the upper part of the columns, that were used in order tosupport the roofs of the ancient temples in ancient Greece.The Ionic capitals are great monuments of ancient Greek architecture.
6th century B.C., Ancient Greece.
Dimensions: 8 cm x 4 cm x 5,5 cm
Tealight (candleholder) in the shape of an ancient Ionic capital. The capitals are the upper part of the columns, that were used in order to support the roofs of the ancient temples in ancient Greece.The Ionic capitals are great monuments of ancient Greek architecture. 6th century B.C., Ancient Greece.
Silver-plated casted alabaster.
A specially designed egg inspired by a dry out prickly pear cactus' leaf and crafted by the artist Marios Voutsinas, to be used as a tealight or case for aromatic herbs.
Dimensions: 8cm x 13cm (with wooden base)
Shiny copper with wooden base.
Tower (candlestick), with the revolutionary flag of Hydra,that was used during the Greek War of Independence. The candlestick is made of resin, coated with pure silver.
Dimensions: 5cm x 3cm
Black Volcano rock from the magnificent island of Santorini in Greece, to be used as a tealight candleholder. The candlestick is a copy from the original stone.
Dimensions: 15cm x 8cm
Volcano rock from the magnificent island of Santorini in Greece, to be used as a tealight candleholder. The candlestick is a copy of an original stone.
Resin, coated with pure silver 999°.
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