Easter Egg Commemorates the 200th Anniversary of Greek Revolution

NEW YORK – An Easter Egg dedicated to the 200-year anniversary of the Greek Revolution is now available from Vanile on the Rock, where tradition meets design, and inspiration takes shape through jewelry by the talented Vanessa Geroulanos, the owner and founder of Vanile on the Rock.

History meets the present in the design of the Easter Egg and reminds us that we cannot exist as human beings, and that we cannot continue as Greeks, without our memories, as we commemorate the historic bicentennial of 1821.

Happy Orthodox Easter!

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