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Τhe Lighting of the Olympic Flame, which is the symbol of the Olympic Games, inspired us to create an impressive clock with embossed depiction of the ancient ritual and the Olympic prize, the kotinos, for your home or your office.  776 B.C., Olympia, Ancient Greece. Diameter of the clock: 24cm Dimensions with wooden base: 10cm x 31cm x 24cm Copper with oxidation and partial silver-plating, on a wooden base.

Τhe Lighting of the Olympic Flame, which is the symbol of the Olympic Games, inspired us to create an impressive clock with embossed depiction of the ancient ritual and the Olympic prize, the kotinos, for your home or your office. 776 B.C., Olympia, Ancient Greece. Diameter of the clock: 24cm Dimensions with wooden base: 10cm x 31cm x 24cm Copper with oxidation and partial silver-plating, on a wooden base.

Unique round copper wall clock, with engraved depictions of the zodiac signs. The clock also features a windrose, showing the winds and the four points of the horizon. Diameter: 47cm Copper with partial silver-plating and bronze-plating.

Unique round copper wall clock, with engraved depictions of the zodiac signs. The clock also features a windrose, showing the winds and the four points of the horizon. Diameter: 47cm Copper with partial silver-plating and bronze-plating.

We created an impressive round copper wall clock, with engraved depictions of all the zodiac signs and a windrose, with the names of the winds and the four points of the horizon. Diameter: 75cm Copper with partial silver-plating and bronze-plating.

We created an impressive round copper wall clock, with engraved depictions of all the zodiac signs and a windrose, with the names of the winds and the four points of the horizon. Diameter: 75cm Copper with partial silver-plating and bronze-plating.

The Phaistos Disc, the unique archaeological find from Phaistos in Southern Crete and one of the most famous mysteries of ancient greek art, inspired us to create an aesthetic clock, made of copper. The unique clock has embossed symbols of the disc and stands on a wooden base. 17th century B.C., Phaistos, Crete Dimensions of the disc: 17 cm x 7 mm Dimensions with wooden base: 20 cm x 19,5 cm x 5,5 cm Copper with wooden base.

The Phaistos Disc, the unique archaeological find from Phaistos in Southern Crete and one of the most famous mysteries of ancient greek art, inspired us to create an aesthetic clock, made of copper. The unique clock has embossed symbols of the disc and stands on a wooden base. 17th century B.C., Phaistos, Crete Dimensions of the disc: 17 cm x 7 mm Dimensions with wooden base: 20 cm x 19,5 cm x 5,5 cm Copper with wooden base.

The Phaistos Disc, the unique archaeological find from Phaistos in Southern Crete and one of the most famous mysteries of ancient greek art, inspired us to create an aesthetic clock, made of copper. The unique clock has embossed symbols of the disc and stands on a wooden base. 17th century B.C., Phaistos, Crete Dimensions of the disc: 17 cm x 7 mm Dimensions with wooden base: 20 cm x 19,5 cm x 5,5 cm Copper with wooden base.

The Phaistos Disc, the unique archaeological find from Phaistos in Southern Crete and one of the most famous mysteries of ancient greek art, inspired us to create an aesthetic clock, made of copper. The unique clock has embossed symbols of the disc and stands on a wooden base. 17th century B.C., Phaistos, Crete Dimensions of the disc: 17 cm x 7 mm Dimensions with wooden base: 20 cm x 19,5 cm x 5,5 cm Copper with wooden base.

This wonderful copy of the breastplate, depicting Zeus and Apollo with his lyre was turned into a marvellous clock.The original copper breastplate is kept at the museum of Ancient Olympia. It is likely the work of an island bronzesmith, dated between 650-625 BC. The copy is made out of copper and is placed on a wooden base. This exceptional historical item is made for all the admirers of the ancient greek culture.

This wonderful copy of the breastplate, depicting Zeus and Apollo with his lyre was turned into a marvellous clock.The original copper breastplate is kept at the museum of Ancient Olympia. It is likely the work of an island bronzesmith, dated between 650-625 BC. The copy is made out of copper and is placed on a wooden base. This exceptional historical item is made for all the admirers of the ancient greek culture.

This wonderful copy of the breastplate, depicting Zeus and Apollo with his lyre was turned into a marvellous clock.The original copper breastplate is kept at the museum of Ancient Olympia. It is likely the work of an island bronzesmith, dated between 650-625 BC. The copy is made out of copper and is placed on a wooden base. This exceptional historical item is made for all the admirers of the ancient greek culture.

This wonderful copy of the breastplate, depicting Zeus and Apollo with his lyre was turned into a marvellous clock.The original copper breastplate is kept at the museum of Ancient Olympia. It is likely the work of an island bronzesmith, dated between 650-625 BC. The copy is made out of copper and is placed on a wooden base. This exceptional historical item is made for all the admirers of the ancient greek culture.

This wonderful copy of the breastplate, depicting Zeus and Apollo with his lyre was turned into a marvellous clock.The original copper breastplate is kept at the museum of Ancient Olympia. It is likely the work of an island bronzesmith, dated between 650-625 BC. The copy is made out of copper and is placed on a wooden base. This exceptional historical item is made for all the admirers of the ancient greek culture.

This wonderful copy of the breastplate, depicting Zeus and Apollo with his lyre was turned into a marvellous clock.The original copper breastplate is kept at the museum of Ancient Olympia. It is likely the work of an island bronzesmith, dated between 650-625 BC. The copy is made out of copper and is placed on a wooden base. This exceptional historical item is made for all the admirers of the ancient greek culture.

This wonderful copy of the breastplate, depicting Zeus and Apollo with his lyre was turned into a marvellous clock.The original copper breastplate is kept at the museum of Ancient Olympia. It is likely the work of an island bronzesmith, dated between 650-625 BC. The copy is made out of copper and is placed on a wooden base. This exceptional historical item is made for all the admirers of the ancient greek culture.

This wonderful copy of the breastplate, depicting Zeus and Apollo with his lyre was turned into a marvellous clock.The original copper breastplate is kept at the museum of Ancient Olympia. It is likely the work of an island bronzesmith, dated between 650-625 BC. The copy is made out of copper and is placed on a wooden base. This exceptional historical item is made for all the admirers of the ancient greek culture.

Acrobat Clock.  From the unique performance of the acrobat engraved on the cover of a sword found in Malia, in the island of Crete in Greece, we created a special clock. Palace of Malinos, 1600 b.C. Crete  Dimentions: 29cm x 23cm   Silver-plated copper with wooden base.

Acrobat Clock. From the unique performance of the acrobat engraved on the cover of a sword found in Malia, in the island of Crete in Greece, we created a special clock. Palace of Malinos, 1600 b.C. Crete Dimentions: 29cm x 23cm Silver-plated copper with wooden base.


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