25 May 2016

Ancient Greece in Paris

Since the trend has shifted to ancient-style jewelry, what better than to buy it from the master-jeweler Zolotas, who has just opened a shop in Paris. He creates pieces in yellow gold that’s hammered, in filigree, or engraved and features figures coming from ancient mythology. This Greek jeweler, whose origins date back to 1895, has contributed to spreading the jewelry tradition of its home country. Romy Schneider, Elizabeth Taylor and Jackie Onassis were among its top clients.

3, rue de Miromesnil – 75008 Paris

  • Gold and silver ring

  • Gold and diamonds ring

  • Gold bracelet

  • Beaten gold bracelet

  • Gold and pearls necklace

  • Gold, diamonds and sapphires necklace

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