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Morning of a New Day - relief mosaic 600x600 Sayanogorsk 2010 Easel mosaic - Sergey Karlov

Morning of a New Day - relief mosaic 600x600 Sayanogorsk 2010 Easel mosaic - Sergey Karlov

Traditional Cretan embroidery.

Traditional Cretan embroidery.

Παραδοσιακά κεντήματα του νησιού της Κρήτης. XVIII - XIX αιώνα.

Παραδοσιακά κεντήματα του νησιού της Κρήτης. XVIII - XIX αιώνα.

Depending on the materials used,Greek embroideries could be classified as (a) colored, worked in dyed threads, (b) white,using white silk or cotton threads, (c) lace,worked in cotton with needles,crochet or bobbins,and (d) gold-embroidered, produced with the use of metal threads, gold and silver wire and gilded wire.

Depending on the materials used,Greek embroideries could be classified as (a) colored, worked in dyed threads, (b) white,using white silk or cotton threads, (c) lace,worked in cotton with needles,crochet or bobbins,and (d) gold-embroidered, produced with the use of metal threads, gold and silver wire and gilded wire.

Traditional embroidery designs from the island of Crete Greece Stock Photo

Traditional embroidery designs from the island of Crete Greece Stock Photo

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Greek Gold Necklace with Amber Pendants. c. 6th-4th Century BC Throughout antiquity amber was very much appreciated. However, as a natural material, it is prone to decay and rarely survives. In ancient times, the main source of amber was the Baltic coast and from there various trade roads brought it to the Mediterranean. Mycenaeans imported amber beads from as early as the Geometric and Oriental periods. Greek craftsmen used amber, as did the Etruscans, until around 500 BC, when the supply…

Greek Gold Necklace with Amber Pendants. c. 6th-4th Century BC Throughout antiquity amber was very much appreciated. However, as a natural material, it is prone to decay and rarely survives. In ancient times, the main source of amber was the Baltic coast and from there various trade roads brought it to the Mediterranean. Mycenaeans imported amber beads from as early as the Geometric and Oriental periods. Greek craftsmen used amber, as did the Etruscans, until around 500 BC, when the supply…

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