Ceramic Art

Pottery is one of the world’s oldest handicrafts and the ceramic tradition developed by the ancient Greeks was surely one of the most sophisticated. The word ‘ceramic’ comes from the Greek keramos, meaning ‘potters’ clay’. Thanks to its durability, pottery has provided archaeologists with an invaluable insight into many aspects of ancient Greek life and culture, including religion, dress and social attitudes.

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Doll Figurine

The creation of the Navarino Ceramic Doll Figurine has been influenced by similar objects excavated in several sites in the Peloponnese
£196.97 excluding shipping

Fortune Cubes Game

In Ancient Greece cubes were a popular game. Homer mentions that the Achaean hero Palamedes invented cubes to keep the besiegers of Troy occupied in their free time.
£25.39 excluding shipping

Horse Figurine Navarino Icons

The love of animals in life and death was a very important aspect in the ancient Greek world. This ceramic horse figurine was inspired by grave findings of the Mycenaean era, in the Peloponnese.
£19.87 excluding shipping

Navarino Icons Ceramic Deer Figurine

Miniature ceramic deer in elegant custom-made paper box
£8.24 excluding shipping

Navarino Icons Ceramic Dice

Games with dice were played since ancient times.
£13.75 excluding shipping

Navarino Icons Ceramic Piglet Figurine

The love of animals in life and death was a very important aspect in the ancient Greek world. This ceramic piglet figurine was inspired by grave findings of the Mycenaean era, in the Peloponnese.
£16.73 excluding shipping

Navarino Icons Ceramic Sandal

Sandals, derived from the ancient Greek sandalon, have been worn in Messinia since antiquity.
£20.48 excluding shipping