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Not-So-Ancient Greece

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Greek Mythos

I love to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and one of my favorite collections to explore is ancient Greece. The the objects, the jewelry, and the decorations all appeal to me. I have occasionally found myself wishing I could own a piece of this history, but of course, museums really frown on you taking stuff home with you.

Enter Greek Mythos. They make museum-quality replicas, artifacts, and original artistic pieces inspired by Greek myths, items that look to my novice eyes a lot like those I spend so much time admiring at the Met.

You can check out all of Greek Mythos’s beautiful reproductions on their website and in their Etsy shop.

All images property of Greek Mythos.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

6 thoughts on “Not-So-Ancient Greece

  1. Nice fakes and the price isn’t too outllandish.

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  2. My 12 year old is obsessed with Greek Mythology. He would love so many of these pieces.

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  3. Amazing work – most look like absolutely real antique pieces! You might get a kick out of my little anecdote, somewhat related to this, from my 1971 Greek adventure: https://crossedeyesanddottedtees.wordpress.com/2017/04/04/a-piece-of-the-rock/?wref=tp.

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