A Jewel Made in Greece Offers the Perfect Gifts for Christmas

ATHENS – For those looking to find the perfect gift for loved ones or even for yourself during this unusual holiday season, A Jewel Made in Greece (AJMIG) has made things much more convenient with the wonderful selection of jewelry from fantastic Greek designers and brands available online through the AJMIG e-shop.

With 100 Greek designers and brands and more than 2,000 jewels to choose from, there is something for everyone on your Christmas list.

’Tis the season to feel bright and make your loved ones feel special!

Visit the AJMIG e-shop and stay up to date with all new items added every day.

As noted in AJMIG’s e-newsletter “Shop ArtFully.”

More information is available online: www.ajewelmadeingreece.com.

A Jewel Made in Greece is a flexible and elegant platform which engages designers – producers of contemporary art jewelry by developing a creative dialogue between the culture of art and the history of Greek jewelry.

The platform’s goal is to present and promote the image of Modern Greek Jewelry in Greece and all over the world.

AJMIG Founder Mary Samoli said, “In 2013, following a personal pursuit, I implemented my idea, by presenting the 1st Annual Designers’ Meeting, which had the honor of being under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Development, Enterprise Greece, the National Archaeological Museum, the Numismatic Museum & the Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum. Moreover, the Byzantine and Christian Museum, the Museum Alex Mylona – Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Museum of Greek Folk Art, participated in the exhibition by presenting replicas of ancient jewelry collections.

She continued, “A Jewel Made in Greece, constituted by more than 75 inspired designers, has as a priority to support and highlight the uniqueness of each of the designers. I strongly believe that jewelry, like any other work of art, refers to the meeting of the human entity and the universe. ‘Jewel,’ which means arrange in harmony, is the human need to sort out what is happening around him.”


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