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Sponge sailing ship from the islands in the Sea of Marmara. The copy is inspired by a voting offering, at the museum in Lemnos island in the Aegean Sea.
19th century, Islands of the Sea of Marmara
Dimensions: 13cm x 13,5cm x 2,5cm
Silver 999° on acrylic base (plexiglass).
A two masted sponge sailing ship from the islands in the Sea of Marmara. The copy is inspired by a voting offering.
Dimensions: 5cm x 8,5cm x 2cm
Silver 999° on αcrylic base (plexiglass).
Trireme, an ancient warship with ram on its prow, from Corinth. It was used from all the ancient maritime civilizations in Ancient Greece.
8th-5th century B.C., Corinth, Ancient Greece.
Dimensions: 16,5 cm x 13,5 cm x 2 cm
Silver 999°, mounted on an acrylic base (plexiglass).
Trireme, an ancient war ship, with ram on its prow. Corinth was the first greek city-state to construct triremes in ancient Greece.
8th-5th century B.C., Corinth, Ancient Greece
Dimensions of the ship: 25,5 cm x 17 cm
Dimensions with marble base: 25, 5 cm x 18 cm x 4 cm
Copper, plated in brass, mounted on a black marble base.
The Voyage of Dionysus, detail from an ancient Attic black-figure kylix, depicting God Dionysus in a ship.
Dimensions: 14,5cm x 11,5cm x 2cm (with acrylic base)
Silver 999° on an acrylic base (plexiglass).
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)
Handcrafted silver miniature replica of a Papyrella from Cyprus. The Papyrella was a primitive oared boat, which was used for the transportation of obsidian (rock) at the Aegean Sea during the Neolithic Period (9th millenium B.C).
Dimensions of the boat: 14 cm x 3,5 cm x 4 cm
Resin, coated in silver 999°, mounted on an acrylic base.
Miniature replica of a Papyrella from Cyprus. The Papyrella was a primitive oared boat, which was used for the transportation of obsidian (rock) at the Aegean Sea during the Neolithic Period (9th millenium B.C).
Copy in resin mounted on an acrylic base.
Design of a type of sailboat called "Latini". The representation of the boat is inspired by a byzantine plate, dated to 18th century.
18th century A.D., Canakkale (Dardanelles)
Dimensions: 9cm x 10cm x 2cm (with acrylic base)
Kerynia II. Free rendering of the ancient ship of Cyprus. A unique decorative item with historical value.
4th cent. B.C., Cyprus.
Dimensions: 14,5cm x 15,5cm x 3cm
Silver 999°, placed on an acrylic base.
Brig "Ares", Hydra. The ship of Anastasios Tsamados, that was used in the Greek War of Independence in 1821.
Dimensions: 12 cm x 12 cm x 2,5 cm
Silver 999° on acrylic base.
Anchor from a Hydraic "nava" (ship) from the years of the Greek Revolution 1821. Of the Admiralty Pattern (British Naval). An exhibit at the Historical Archive Naval Museum of Hydra. Handmade solid brass copy with brown patina on acrylic base.
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