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The Disc of Phaistos, an unexplained mystery of archaeology, was turned into a unique trivet for your dinnerware and your kitchenware.
17th century B.C., Phaistos, Crete
Dimensions: 17cm x 7mm
A relief representation of Alexander the Great at the Battle of Issus, inspired by a Pompeii mosaic, that shows the macedonian king riding his horse, Bucephalus, and charging the fleeing Persians.
2nd century B.C., Pompeii
Dimensions: 21cm x 28cm x 8cm
Silver-plated 999° Copper, mounted on an acrylic back (plexiglass).
We created a relief plaque of the head of Alexander the Great, that is inspired by a gold medal of Tarsus. The plaque is mounted on a marble base.
3rd century B.C., Ciliicia
Dimensions: 10cm x 15,5cm x 3cm
Brass, plated in silver solution 999°.
Mermaid silver figurine inspired by wood-carved figures that adorned the bow of ships of the 18-19th century. Ships that took part in the Greek War of Independence. Handmade silver.
Representation of the Gorgoneion, inspired by the two gold gorgoneia, found in the antechamber of the tomb of Philip II, at Vergina.
4th century B.C., Vergina, Macedonia.
Dimensions: 12cm x 12cm x 5cm (with the acrylic back)
Copper Gold-plated, mounted on acrylic back (plexiglass).
The Mask of Agamemnon, relief representation. Agamemnon in Greek mythology, was the son of King Atreus and Queen Aerope of Mycenae. This unique find is the inspiration of this hand casted paper weight.
Dimensions: 13 cm x 13 cm x 6 cm
Handmade copper gold-plated 24 karats, mounted on an acrylic stand.
We created a relief represantation, depicting Alexander the Great. The depiction is inspired by the gold medal of Tarsus.
3rd century B.C., Cilicia.
Dimensions: 12cm x 12cm x 5cm
Gold-plated 24K Copper, mounted on an acrylic back (plexiglass).
A relief representation of the head of Alexander the Great. It is inspired by a relief from an ancient mirror, dated to 1000 B.C., from Ancient Greece.
Dimensions: 15cm x 15cm x 6,5cm
Silver-plated copper on an acrylic back (plexiglass).
Dimensions: 7 cm x 7,5 cm x 1 cm
Handmade copper gold-plated 24 karats, mounted on an acrylic base.
This relief is a epresentation of the Gorgoneion, inspired by the two gold gorgoneia, found in the antechamber of the tomb of Philip II, at Vergina.
Dimensions: 8 cm x 13 cm x 2,5 cm
Gold-plated 24K copper, mounted on an acrylic base.
The Goddess with snakes is an excellent example of the Minoan miniature art. The design of the relief plaque is inspired by the statue of the goddess of snakes, found in the palace of Knossos in Crete.
Late Bronze Age, 1600 B.C, Knossos, Crete
Dimensions: 8cm x 11cm x 3,5cm
Brass relief plaque, plated in silver solution 999°, mounted on a greek black marble base with white and grey waters.
Silver-plated bronze relief plaque with marble base, depicting an Olympic Game, the Chariot race, held at Ancient Olympia.
Dimensions: 7cm x 11cm x 3,5cm
Silver-plated brass, mounted on greek black marble base with white and grey waters.
We created a relief plaque, with the depiction of an ancient sport, the Discus. In the ancient Olympic games, the discus was part of the pentathlon. A unique sculpture for the decoration of your office.
Silver-plated brass plaque, mounted on a base of black marble with white and gray waters.
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.
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.
Silver-plated Brass on greek black marble base, with white and grey waters.
Boxing was one the oldest Olympic sports, that was included in the Olympic program in 688 B.C..
Silver-plated Brass, mounted on a greek black marble base, with white and grey waters.
Torch relay, sport of the ancient Olympic Games. The design is inspired by representations of the sport in ancient vases.
Dimensions 7cm x 10cm x 3,5cm
Silver-plated plaque, mounted on greek black marble base.
Replica of a tondo on an attic white-ground kylix (vase) from Delphi, depicting a representation of Apollo holding his lyre in his left hand and pouring a libation with his right hand, attributed to Pistoxenos Painter. Apollo, as the god of music and the arts was often depicted playing his lyre. The relief representation is crafted by hand and is made of bronze, mounted on a greek black marble base, with white and grey waters.
480 - 470 B.C., Delphi.
Dimensions: 11 cm x 12 cm x 3 cm
We created a silver-plated relief of a frying-pan vessel for your office and home decoration, which can be used as a paperweight, as well.
Early Cycladic II, 2800-2300 B.C., Ancient Greece
Dimensions: 8,5cm x 12cm x 3,5cm
Silver-plated relief, placed on a marble base.
Linear A is one of two currently undeciphered writing systems used in ancient Greece. Cretan hieroglyphic is the other. Linear A was the primary script used in palace and religious writings of the Minoan civilization. It is the origin of the Linear B script, which was later used by the Mycenaean civilization. Silver plaque mounted on an acrylic base to be used as a decoration or a paper-wieght.1500 - 1200 B.C., CreteDimensions of the plaque: 10 cm x 7,5 x 5 mm
Dimensions with the acrylic stand: 10 cm x 11 cm x 2 cm
Silver-plated solid brass on marble base.
Goddess with Snakes, a work of art, inspired by the statue of the snake goddess. An excellent example of Minoan art from the findings of the excavations in the palace of Knossos in Crete.
Brass plaque with patina, mounted on a greek black marble base with white and grey waters.
We created a bronze relief plaque with a sport of the Ancient Olympic Games, the Long Jump, which we then placed on a greek black marble base. The long jump was part of the ancient Pentathlon.
Brass plaque with patina, on a greek black marble base, with white and grey waters.
We created a relief plaque, depicting the Olympic feature of wrestling. Wrestling was one of the main events of the ancient Olympic Games, held in ancient Olympia.
Brass with patina, placed on a greek black marble base, with white and grey waters.
Weight lifting is one of the events in the modern Olympic Games. In ancient Olympia, it was an athletic event, that was used as an exercise for the athletes of the Pentathlon or the Pankration. We created a bronze relief plaque, depicting the event of weight lifting.
500 B.C., Ancient Olympia
Brass with patina, on a greek black marble base, with white and grey waters.
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