Greek and International jewelry artists provide their artworks for sale through the ILJMuseum Shop.
Find more about the artists:
Traditional Greek elements from various historical periods, combined with the knowledge she acquired at her education and travels, are the inspiration that form beautiful every day fine jewelry, selected for our museum shop.
The traditional sewing techniques become the inspiration for hip earrings, bracelets and chockers that are affordable and easy to wear daily. Enjoy choosing or asking for your favorite colors.
From Hawaii to his native Crete, Taso, transforms the colors of the sea using the turquoise mineral “Larimar” mined only from the Dominican Republic. For 30 years the artist’s experience is evident in his amazing jewelry often inspired by Art Nouveau designs; while the finishing complies with infinite works that will last for many generations ahead.
“I am learning to love the sound of my feet walking away from things not meant for me, always wearing my ceramic jewelry…” That says it all. Porcelain is her main material and gives her the possibility to make whatever she aspires to.
Knitting wire and precious stones, has been her passion ever since she was taught at Central Saint Martin’s in London. Her technique has been exceptionally developed into well-crafted jewels. She is one of the first Greek makers to employ a traditional craft for contemporary jewelry.
Mary Zoe Moustakoudes
If you like insects, you must have her cicadas. Summer sounds come alive, in all sizes and forms of her jewelry, and continue throughout the winter when the wearer can keep his memories alive through her beautiful designs.
Design and function go hand in hand, in Daphne’s creations. Her scarves have been chosen to reflect rainbow colors in a unique chic plissé technique. Look for more of Daphne’s creations each year at our Annual December Art Fair.
She captured our clients immediately, with her handmade amazing quality hand bags. Refreshing her collection each season, Sissy’s bags are the BEST BUY IN TOWN. Form and function come naturally to this talented new designer.
Leda is a third-generation maker of glass. She creates decorative objects, sculptures and jewelry made of glass. All her beads are made in Greece borrowing the Venetian bead technique and glass sticks from the Murano Island. Each of her beads is unique.