The Season of Giving Continues at the Museum of Cycladic Art Shop

December 22, 2020

ATHENS – The Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens has a wonderful selection of unique Christmas gifts and good luck charms at its online Cycladic Shop. Purchases support the Museum’s educational and social programs.

Among the items available are pomegranates for good luck, ceramic handmade ornaments, sculptures, decorative objects, ceramic household items, everyday objects and many delightful gifts for children. Also available in the Cycladic Shop, collectible jewelry by well-known Greek and foreign designers inspired by the simple lines of the Cyclades and designer objects to decorate your personal space.

Welcome 2021 with charms in the shape of Evzones, Tsarouchia and Ellinopoules, three timeless symbols of Hellenism! The golden, glittering miniatures become symbols of luck, power, and protection for 2021!

The pomegranate was especially beloved by many peoples of the Mediterranean from antiquity to the present day. It is considered a symbol of good luck, prosperity, abundance, fertility, wealth, and love.

The operation of the e-shop continues normally with shipments in Greece and abroad. More information is available online: https://cycladic.gr/shop.


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