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xombli: Greek jewelry

Jewelry by Greek designers, sold online at www.xombli.com
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cubes & lava necklace | xombli design e-shop Necklace with large cubic aluminum beads, lava rock and a silver clasp. The luminous shades of grey in a game between light and shade by internationally acclaimed Greek designer Elena Votsi who always finds inspiration in her birthplace, the island of Hydra.

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xombli | cubes & lava necklace

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Necklace with oval aluminum beads and a bronze clasp. The epitome of style in simplicity by internationally acclaimed Greek designer Elena Votsi matching the color of aluminum with that of bronze, playing with the antithesis of light and shade, and the concept of weightless volume, always finding inspiration in her birthplace, the island of Hydra.

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Quadrangle laser cut plexiglas bracelets from Magda Tammam’s collection West East Arabesque. Design inspired by the Islamic art as well as by Goethe’s poems West-östlicher Divan, which were in turn inspired by the Persian poet Hafez. Geometry and archetypal patterns translated into jewelry by a designer who is dedicated to combining elements from western and eastern civilizations in the quest for her own identity.

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xombli | greek design at its best

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Necklace with long thin aluminum beads, heart shaped coral and a silver clasp. The epitome of style in simplicity by internationally acclaimed designer Elena Votsi, combining the luminous grey color with the symbol of love made of coral, also a reference to the Greek see which has always inspired her as she was born on the island of Hydra. Modern and classic at the same time, this is a jewel for all women.

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This necklace is inspired by organic forms. The handmade ceramic beads are combined with golden threads, creating a modern piece that can be part of many different styles, worn from morning to evening. Most objects designed by ceramist Laura Venizelou are made of black clay. She began using it because she was intrigued by its rough, almost volcanic texture. As she states, it is the material itself that leads her to shape forms, as an infinite source of inspiration.

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Digitally printed earrings with motifs of traditional Greek embroidery. Made of silver leaf and plastic film. Stamatis Zannos designs jewels inspired by the contemporary Greek civilization as it is showcased in museums. Zannos has presented his work in several venues, including the Benaki Museum in Athens.

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cubes & coral necklace | xombli design e-shop | by Elena Votsi

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xombli | cubes & coral necklace

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Laser cut plexiglas pendulum with recurring geometric shapes. Magda Tammam’s collection West East Arabesque, influenced by Islamic art as well as by Goethe’s poems West-östlicher Divan, which were in turn inspired by the Persian poet Hafez, is a translation of archetypal patterns into jewelry.

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Handmade brooch made of wool fibers that through the felting technique have been condensed and pressed into felt. The pin’s texture and reddish color resemble the red mullet’s presence in the Greek sea. The design and construction of the object make the most out of wool’s natural properties and advantages: Plasticity, weaving, the mixing of colors and threads, as well as a sense of coziness and warmth.

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For this necklace composed of a variety of colorful chunky acrylic beads sourced from her native Athens, designer Christina Darras found inspiration in Mondrian’s paintings and the way he used the three basic colors (red, yellow, blue) in order to create a whole language of communication. The shape of the necklace is based on the traditional Greek embroidery and crochet patterns and, as the designer herself says, it is

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xombli | greek design at its best

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