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14k Gold Pendant Amphora with Green enamel & Meander
Ancient Greek Amphora Pendant with green enamel and Meander design.
Design inspired by the ancient Greek history.
Made in 14k yellow gold
Also available with red or turquoise enamel
Available in 3 sizes
Amphora is a Greco – Roman word developed in ancient Greek during the Bronze Age. An amphora is a type of container of a characteristic shape and size. Amphorae were used for the transport and storage of various products, both liquid and dry, but mostly for wine. They are most often ceramic. the amphorae used in Ancient Greek vase painting. (source wikipedia)
Meander or Meandros design, one of the most historic symbols of the Greek World, also called Greek Key and symbolizes long life and eternity. The pattern with Meander was used in antiquity to decorate the frieze of temples.
Available / Estimated delivery: 1 to 3 days
- For orders over 50€, we offer free shipping by Speedex.
- For orders over 100€, we offer free shipping by DHL Express (International Priority service).
Destination Greece: 5€
DHL Express (International Priority service)
Destination worldwide shipping: delivery costs will vary depending upon the destination
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TRANSIT TIME BY SPEEDEX
Greece: about 2 – 3 days
TRANSIT TIME BY DHL EXPRESS
Europe Transit Time: about 1-2 working days
All other countries Transit Time: about 3-4 working days
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*Duties and customs expenses will be the responsibility of the recipient.
**Deliveries in remote areas will be made through Hellenic post.