• Amber

    The electron (amber) is known from the ancient years. Its name derives from one of the seven wise men of Ancient Greece, Thales the Milesian. He was the first who discovered the electricity...

  • Faturan

    From the middle of 19th century, it was manufactured in bar forms in the laboratory of Hamburg in Germany, until 1940 when its production stopped....

  • Sudurus

    The need of the creation of a more durable and economic rosary due to the amber’s high cost, led people to look for new materials for the bead’s manufacturing...

  • Natural materials

    A beguiling world of beauty manifests itself before our eyes with every komboloi crafted from these natural treasures. Their different shapes express one’s distinctive personality....

  • Commemorative kombolois

    Connoisseurs are compelled by their age, beauty, and exclusivity. This individuality is artistically expressed from two great Greek painters, George Stathopoulos and Alekos Fasianos.

  • Artificial resins

    The beads are made in laboratory with the mixture of polystyrene-Bakelite, and some other materials and colouring substances, in order to get the desirable colour and size...

  • Decorative kombolois

    Decorative kombolois enhance your home with exceptional design. These unique pieces are also considered a distinctive gift for all occasions.

  • Beglery

    Beautiful handmade Begleries are available in an immense variety of shapes and colors. A small yet supple piece for relaxation.

Which is the hidden force of the beads that travel us back in time, accompany us in joyfuland painful stories, moments of prayerand loneliness, without any discrimination between persons, social classes, and seasons, one wonders…

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