Helen Siousti ☆ jewelry

Helen was born in Kozani, Greece and studied economics. She is self-taught in the field of jewelry with influences from the Greek civilization and the fairy tales she heard as a child.
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Hand made jewellery by Helen Siousti

Hand made jewellery by Helen Siousti

Eleni Siousti, Jewelry - "I did not know either what kind of material I should use nor how to use it... so I started working with material we had at home... threads and various elements I took from an old child dress from Turkmenistan... This is how I started my own journey: twisting threads and trying to combine materials I had in my disposal to make something that would become a piece of jewelry".

Eleni Siousti, Jewelry - "I did not know either what kind of material I should use nor how to use it... so I started working with material we had at home... threads and various elements I took from an old child dress from Turkmenistan... This is how I started my own journey: twisting threads and trying to combine materials I had in my disposal to make something that would become a piece of jewelry".

Helen Siousti

Helen Siousti

Hand made by helen siousti

Hand made by helen siousti

Jewellery 5

Jewellery 5

hand made brooch

hand made brooch

back of headpiece

back of headpiece

hand made by helen siousti

hand made by helen siousti

hand made by helen siousti

hand made by helen siousti

headpiece - photo: Christos Lamprianidis, model: Irene Siskou at Agios Achilios, Prespes Lakes, Greece

headpiece - photo: Christos Lamprianidis, model: Irene Siskou at Agios Achilios, Prespes Lakes, Greece


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hand made by helen siousti

hand made by helen siousti

hand made by helen siousti

hand made by helen siousti

hand made brooch

hand made brooch

hand made by helen siousti

hand made by helen siousti

Bridal sayás from Pylaia (formerly Kapoudzida), Thessaloniki, Macedonia H. 1.05 m. Late 19th century © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece

Bridal sayás from Pylaia (formerly Kapoudzida), Thessaloniki, Macedonia H. 1.05 m. Late 19th century © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece

Hand made by helen siousti

Hand made by helen siousti

hand made bracelet

hand made bracelet

C19 drawstring bag. Red wool embroidered with gilt-silver yarns in conventionalized spiraling motif. Four peach drawstrings with red silk and gi...

C19 drawstring bag. Red wool embroidered with gilt-silver yarns in conventionalized spiraling motif. Four peach drawstrings with red silk and gi...

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