Ακροκεραμα (akrokerama) is the name given to typical designs found in terracotta on neo-classical buildings to decorate the edge of roof-tops. This motif is typical of Corinthian rhythm (borrowed also on Corinthian columns in classical architecture).
Over-all a very impressive and fine piece of jewelry.
|Historic Period||Era: Classical|
|Material||Solid Sterling Silver|
|Length (top to bottom)||50 mm (1 and 31⁄32in)|
|Width||36 mm (1 and 27⁄64in)|
The ancient Greeks idolized intellect and spirit, while gods shared mortal passions and flaws to make themselves more accessible to humans. Beauty and harmony were truly at the heart of the ancient Greek civilization. This never fails to inspire our intellectual, scientific and spiritual worlds.
Each jewel uncovers an epic highlight from 5000 years of self-decoration and is curated with passion since 1928 by the Vaphiadis family, a virtuoso signature in the field for 5 generations. Our jewelry collection has been consistently preferred by various royalties, heads of state and international personalities and is also sold through a host of top world class museums such as the Louvre.
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