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Frame with detail of the "La Parisienne". The famous relief fresco, dating from about 1400 B.C. It was found at the Palace of Knossos.
1400 B.C., Knossos, Crete.
Dimensions: 25 cm x 25 cm x 4,3 cm
Copper in a white wooden frame with glass.
One of the most famous mysteries of archeology, the Phaistos Disc, inspired us to create for you an impressive clock with embossed symbols, for your home or your office. 17th century B.C., Phaistos, Crete
Dimensions of the disc: 17 cm x 2 cm
Copper with marble base.
Plank-shaped figurine of human form. These figurines are the most common forms of human representation in prehistoric Cypriot art and they were probably associated with fertility, birth and death. These figurines were usually placed in tombs.
2000-1800 B.C., Cyprus
Dimensions: 5,5 cm x 17,5 cm x 4 cm
Dimensions of the base: 5,5 cm x 2 cm x 4 cm
Plank-shaped figurine of human form. These figurines became the most common form of human representation in Cypriot art and they were probably associated with fertility, birth and death. They usually had a flat body and a narrower head and neck.
Plank-shaped figurine of human form. These figurines were associated with fertility, birth and death and they became the most common form of human representation in Cypriot art. They had a characteristic shape of a flat body and a narrower head an neck.
Miniature sailing yacht, mounted on acrylic base. The sailing yachts are large wind-powered vessels, on which the control of the ship's movement is achieved with sails. The ship is inspired by an embossed represenation of a ship on a handmade candy box, made of glass, dated to 1924.
1924 A.D., Greece
Dimensions: 6,2cm x 9,5cm x 2,5cm (with acrylic base)
We created a mirror with embossed sport features and rituals of the Olympic Games. The design of the sports were inspired by their depictions in ancient black-figure vases and pottery painting. An impressive and educational decoration for every modern office.
Copper with natural oxidation of the metal and silver-plating of the sports.
Inspired by ancient black-figure vases and representations of the Olympic sports, we created a relief plaque with depiction of the shot put. In ancient Greece, shot put was a method of exercise.
Dimensions: 7cm x 10cm x 3,5cm
Silver-plated Brass on greek black marble base, with white and grey waters.
Solar clock (sundial), with a star and arrows engraved on the panel. The arrows are leading to the hours that are marked with roman numbers.
16th century A.D.
Dimensions: 20cm x 20cm
We created a bronze relief plaque, with depiction of the ancient Olympic event, the Stadion race. It is the oldest and the most important sport of the Olympic Games in ancient Olympia.
Dimensions: 7cm x 10cm x 3,5cm
Silver-plated Brass, placed on a greek black marble base, with white and grey waters.
The stadion race was one of the several running events in Ancient Olympia and the first and only event in the ancient Olympic Games, until 728 B.C.. The depiction of the sport is inspired by the representation of a running race on an ancient panathenaic amphora.
Ancient Olympia, Greece
Dimensions: 14cm x 14cm x 2cm
Copper patinated plaque, plated in silver solution 999°, mounted on wodden frame.
Mirror with embossed swallows, detail of the fresco "Lilies- Swallow", from the well known wall-painting "Spring" at the Akrotiri on Thera, Santorini, Greece.
Late Bronze Age, 16th century B.C., Akrotiri, Santorini.
Dimensions: 25 cm x 25 cm x 1 cm
Copper on wooden mirror.
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