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In Ancient Olympia, the javelin throw was part of the pentathlon event in the ancient Olympic Games. We created a bronze relief plaque with the sport, which we then placed on a greek black marble base.
Ancient Olympia, Greece
Dimensions: 7cm x 10cm x 3,5cm
Brass with natural oxidation on a marble base.
Keritizin was an ancient greek sport. It was probably the precursor of hockey. Inspired by an ancient relief on a marble of the Themistoclean wall, we creted a unique bronze plaque with depiction of the sport.
540 B.C., Ancient Greece
Brass Plaque with patina, on greek black marble base, with white and grey waters.
Dog and cat fighting. An ancient sport, created for the entertainment of the Athenians in their everyday life. It is inspired by an ancient relief representation.
Brass plaque with patina on a greek black marble base, with white and grey waters.
The owl, also known as glaux in Ancient Greece was the symbol of wisdom and knowledge and the sacred bird of Goddess Athena. The sacred bird was also depicted on the reverse side of the tetradrachm coin of Athens.
449-419 B.C., Athens
Dimensions: 7 cm x 9 cm x 3,5 cm
Dimensions of the marble base: 7 cm x 2 cm x 3,5 cm
Brass, placed on 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, 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 silver-plated brass.
480 - 470 B.C., Delphi.
Dimensions: 7 cm x 11,5 cm x 3,5 cm
Silver-plated Bronze Representation, mounted on a greek black marble base, with white and grey waters.
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