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TIFF 2015. Προβολές, αίθουσα Τώνια Μαρκετάκη, 9 και 12 Νοέμβρη, 22:00 και 15:00 αντίστοιχα.

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Μοντάζ: Γιώργος Loco Αγγελούδης
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Spirallia the Unique Jewellery Designer of Medieval Techniques since 2003
Introduction
Welcome to Spirallia Jewellery world,

Spirallia Jewellery presents a collection of jewels mostly influenced by Mesoamerican techniques as well as Middle Age techniques, also by ancient cultures like Greek, Aegyptian and Asian.
For the construction of the jewels is used metal as basic material and stones.
The kinds of metals are copper, bronze, silver and alpaka. The stones are (Mexican obsidian, lava, and more) crystals (amethyst, quartz ), and more different categories.
The final goal is to transfer the above technical influences with materials into a modern figure of jewels which connects the past with present.

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