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Elaia Kallistefanos

Creative Recycling

92.00

Story: The olive tree thrived in ancient Olympia and was used during the Olympic Games in a circular petal shape. The branches of the sacred olive tree, which was located near the temple of Zeus, were cut exclusively by an amfithalís país (child with living parents). Hellanodikai (chief judges of the Ancient Olympic Games) took the cut branches and made the wreaths. Then they gave them to the winners of the Games as their prize.

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Description

Design:

By creating this wreath, Liofyllo wants to honor the ideals of the ancient Olympic champions.

Made by artists, not machines.

Each product is designed as an individual piece of art and is made just for you.

Materials:

Marelia panel.

Greek olive wood, finished with eco-lacquer.

Use and maintenance instructions:

Interior deco, Based – natural products.

Cleaning with a dry or slightly damp cloth (not chemicals).

Due to the naturalness of the products, it may be possible to:

  • Show slight discrepancies in their colors and dimensions relative to those indicated
  • Occur deterioration if exposed to direct sunlight and high temperatures for a long period.

Additional information

Weight 0.070 kg
Dimensions 7 × 9 cm
Color

Green, Brown

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