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Ilias Lalaounis Jewellers ‘Silver and Gold Lucky Charm’
The elegant and classical charm in gold framed by silver features an olive branch, a sacred symbol in ancient Greece, to inspire an aspiration of peace, victory, and health.

Zeus & Dione’s ‘Delos’
Inspired by a mosaic found at the entrance of the House of Dolphins on the sacred ancient island of Delos, this lucky charm depicts a symbol that for over a millennium represented the ideologies and faith of an entire civilization. Part of the proceeds from these charms will be donated to nonprofit organizations committed to the protection of our marine environment.

AESTHET’s ‘Love Bond Necklace’
All you need is love is the message of Aesthete’s silver-plated lucky charm, which was created to both to depict the antique symbol of a love bond and the number ‘20’.

Zolotas’ ‘Zeus’
For 2020, Zolotas jewellers, inspired by the spirit of the god Hephaestus, has forged precious metals into the shape of lightning bolts to honour the story of Zeus, god of the skies, and the immense power he represents. According to Greek mythology, the Cyclops bestowed Thunder and Lightning on the father of the gods as a token of gratitude. The lightning bolts, created by the god Hephaestus, constituted the heavenly channel of communication between gods and humans.

Polina Sapouna Ellis’ ‘Minotaur’
Inspired by the myth of the Minotaur, the designer has created a charm symbolizing the hidden power that we each have within. A student of archaeology with a passion for Greek mythology, she wants those who wear her charm to remember throughout 2020 that with intelligence and consciousness we can realise our goals, overcome obstacles and discover our inner truth.