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COOL RING!

Saw this ring on a Pinterest i think. I like the way it bends at the knuckle and it is gold and silver so it won't change colors on your finger. Happy with it! – Jamie Young on The Future Eve Ring 

SUPER EARRINGS! - Silver Geometrics Earrings

I spent a bit more on these than i wanted to.. but i couldn't resist! I went to this store in Chicago and when the sales girl told me Lady Gaga had the same earrings (love her) I had to! - J.J. on Silver Geometrics Earrings

BEST NECKLACE EVER!!

This necklace goes with anything, and can be layered with other necklaces too! Really cute but also totally unique!! - Jackson Olenick on Teeth Brackets Pendant Silver Necklace

Pegasus Earrings

Love theses light as air earrings with lace detail. So beautiful :) Where them all the time.

– Shannon Rossman on Pegasus Earrings

Coral Brooch

Nice brooch, very pretty and hand made. Looks nice on a blazer like in the picture. Thank you – Samantha Stouble on Blue Coral Isle Brooch

SAMOLI | ATHENS, GREECE


Mary Samoli's background in cinematography and service in the arts community led her to begin her exploration of creating art herself. In 1998 she began to experiment with the concept of upcycling found materials, thus creating her first collection called, “Forgotten Objects". Her second collection was released in November 2003 called, “Where Matter Turns into Spirit.” This collection was inspired by the sea, using its color palette on a canvas of glass, sand, clay, borrowed wood and ironware from ship wrecks. 


After releasing many subsequent collections, in 2013 Mary established the platform A JEWEL MADE IN GREECE , with the purpose of promoting modern Greek jewelry around the world, supporting and highlighting the uniqueness of each creator. Through the platform, her Greek jewelry has traveled to The World Trade Center in Dubai, the emblematic building of the European Parliament in Brussels, and recently the Museum of Art’s & Design MAD in New York, establishing herself as a powerful force in the art and jewelry scene in Greece.