A distinctive pendant from the A. Leondarakis collection with a unique design.
The pendant is an exact copy of a 500BC, four drachma, silver Greek coin from the island of Peparithos (today’s Skopelos). On the front it features a Votris (bunch of grapes) and on the reverse the god Agon (contest), a personification of solemn contests, running.
The pendant is made from solid 925 sterling silver and on its back it carries the metal fineness stamp and the workshop code ΩΙ34.
It will be sent to you with a natural leather string in a presentation box for you to keep or present as a gift.
Established in 1920, A. Leondarakis is a family run business with a long history committed in the production of quality, unconventional gold and silver jewelry with a recognizable identity.
The A. Leondarakis name ensures that this artifact was made with quality in mind and will be a possession to enjoy.
APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS: Length 2.9cm x Width 2.4cm (1.14″ x 0.94″)
Important notes: Please note that the item might not be in stock (please feel free to contact us for item availability). Items that are not in stock might take up to two weeks to ship. If the item is in stock we ship in a maximum of three days. Custom orders might also take up to two weeks to ship. Each item is handmade and not machine produced.
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