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Janus Pendant

Our Janus coin image was inspired by Janus, the Roman God all beginnings, and the guardian of gates and doors. He signified the tradition between primitive life and civilization, and maintained the balance between peace and war and youth and old age.
24 Karat gold-plate over pewter. 18" Gold-plate chain.

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Janus pendant

Greek Earrings

Our Greek reproduction of thr dangle earrings depicts a circle motif that had originated in ancient Greece.
24 Karat antique gold-plate over pewter, enhanced by a garnet cabochons. Sterling silver posts.

 

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Greek earrings

Greek Minoan Bee Pendant

Our Minoan Bee jewelry, was inspired by a Minoan Bee Pendant, outside the palace of Malia, the third largest Minoan palace on the island of Crete, in Greece. It dates back to the Bronze Age, to the Protopalatial Period (1800-1700 BC) and it's a very detailed representation of two bees, carrying a drop of honey to their honeycomb.
24K gold-plate plate over pewter. 18" Gold-plate chain.

 

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Greek Minoan Bee pendant

Alexander Earrings

The coin motif is a replica of a Greek Drachm issued by Alexander the Great, Circa 330 BC.
24 Karat antique gold-plate over pewter. Gold-filled ear-wires.

Alexander-the-Great Earrings

Ram head cufflinks The Ram symbolizes creative heat, eadurance, fertility, gentleness, knowledge, peace, strength and sun. In Christianity it represents the deliverer or leader Christ. Ram is a Hebrew symbol of sacrifice. It is the emblem of the Persian Empire. In Greek mythology, ram is savior of Odysseus and Phixus. In Ancient Egypt it typifies soul. 24K antique gold-plate over pewter and brass.
Ram Cufflinks

ROMAN - Twin Dolphin Earrings

Our Roman Dolphin earring reproduction was inspired by a Twin Dolphin design during the Roman Empire, early 4th century AD. In Ancient Rome Dolphins were attributed to the Roman water-god: Neptune. They appeared in architecture and jewelry. 24K antique gold-plate over pewter. Gold-filled ear-wires.



ROMAN - Twin Dolphin Earrings

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