Seafarers brought to the Dodecanese and the Cyclades exceptional jewellery from foreign lands. The goldsmithing of the Latin-ruled Aegean Islands was characterised by the fruitful union between the Byzantine heritage and post-Renaissance influences brought to the islands from Western Europe, mainly Italy. Outstanding are the pieces with delicate surfaces worked with the filigree technique, colourful enamels and pearls that attribute a royal sparkle to the neo-Hellenic jewellery.
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