Spirals' Key-ring

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Spirals' silver-plated key-ring was an inspiration from an ancient Greek steatite jewel stamp, found in the town of old Epidaurus, dated 2600-2200 B.C. Handmade engraving made it possible to depict the design as close to the original. Casted in solid brass and silver-plated in silver solution 999°.

Dimensions: 2,8 cm x 3,5 cm

Dimensions of the key-ring: 2,8 cm x 11,5 cm

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Findings of Early Helladic civilization, like steatite jewel stamps, came through the major centers such as Tiryns, Asini and Berbati and other lesser known villages, as the Old Epidaurus. Apart from the characteristic pottery of the era, conical cups, beak bottles, urns, amphorae, compasses, beetles, bags and jugs, among which the only freezer singles (2600-2200 BC) Tiryns exposed vessels bearing parts typical decoration from cylinder seal, seals made of stone, clay and bronze and seals, associated with a management system and product distribution. even exposed stone pinioschima weights, bone tools, bag with scorpions show, marble Cycladic figurines, and clay hearth of the "palace" of the Eearly Helladic II period in Berbati.

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