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Copper breastplate, part of an armor, depicting Zeus and Apollo with his lyre, turned into a clock. 650-625 B.C., Ancient Olympia. Copper copy, placed on wooden base. Dimensions: 23cm x 30cm
The long history of the ancient Olympic Games inspired us to create a clock with sports and rituals from the ancient Olympic Games. The clock also features the Olympic flame lighting ritual and the kotinos, the award of the ancient games. An artwork with special historical significance.
776 B.C., Olympia, Ancient Greece
Copper with partial silver-plating of the sports.
Τhe Lighting of the Olympic Flame, which is the symbol of the Olympic Games, inspired us to create an impressive clock with embossed depiction of the ancient ritual and the Olympic prize, the kotinos, for your home or your office.
776 B.C., Olympia, Ancient Greece.
Diameter of the clock: 24cm
Dimensions with wooden base: 10cm x 31cm x 24cm
Copper with oxidation and partial silver-plating, on a wooden base.
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