Antefix, Laurel wreath, Athenian Owl Coin Designs - Silver Patinated Set of 3- Wall or Table Ornaments
Stylish & classy handmade decorative wall or table framed artwork set of 3 pcs by Elitecrafters, displaying
a) the worldwide famous ancient Athenian owl coin or Athena owl coin
b) a marvelous antefix
c) a glorious laurel wreath
This high quality handcrafted set symbolizes wealth, status and prosperity (athenian owl coin), elegance, class and beauty (antefix), peace, victory, and glory (laurel wreath).
An excellent 3D wall art decor gift.
Unique wall or table ornaments made of wood each featuring a hand carved detailed design of Athenian owl coin or Athena owl coin, antefix and laurel wreath covered with silver leaf (silver patinated) with silver background and black frame.
This stylish and luxurious wall art set of 3, of Athenian owl coin or Athena owl coin, antefix and laurel wreath is perfect to decorate a home, office, waiting lounge, hotel lobby, shop display.... It is also a great gift for an anniversary, wedding, birthday, new home, corporate or social event and any other special occasion.
- Available as separate pieces or in different colors to select your own Ideal combination for a luxury wall decor.
- Table stands are included
- Comes with a stylish free fabric gift bag.
- Made in Greece - Ships from Greece
Length: 30 cm
Width: 3 cm
Height: 30 cm
(11.8" x 1.2" x 11.8")
Total Weight: 3 kg (6.60 lbs).
Athenian owl coin or Athena owl coin Info:
Athenian Owls were arguably the most influential of all coins, and the Classical Owl tetradrachm is the most widely recognized ancient coin globally today.
Owls were handled by Pythagoras, Hippocrates, Socrates, Plato, and others. President Theodore Roosevelt used a Classical Owl as a pocket piece.
An antefix is a vertical block which terminates the covering tiles of the roof. In grand buildings the face of each stone ante-fix was carved with the anthemion ornament.
Laurel wreath Info:
A laurel crown is a circular wreath made of interlocking branches of the bay laurel.
In ancient Greece wreaths were awarded to victors in athletic competitions, including Olympics and in poetic gatherings, in Rome they were symbols of martial victory.