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  • Erotokritos - Jumpers - o1 - White / Ecru white
    Erotokritos - Jumpers - o1 - White / Ecru white

    £91.84
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    EROTOKRITOS strappy flat sandal
    EROTOKRITOS strappy flat sandal

    Nude and orange leather flat sandal from Erotokritos featuring interwoven straps to the front, a buckle fastening sling back strap, a large intercepting panel and stacked sole.

    £28.12
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  • EROTOKRITOS draped dress
    EROTOKRITOS draped dress

    Khaki cotton dress from Erotokritos featuring a scoop neck, a folded and draped design, contrast lace panel inserts on the shoulders and rear yoke, a dropped waist, a pleated skirt with a front split and short sleeves.

    £116.79
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  • Erotokritos - Trapezium dresses - e1 - Green
    Erotokritos - Trapezium dresses - e1 - Green

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    £246.00
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  • Erotokritos - Mini skirts - c12 - Blue / Navy
    Erotokritos - Mini skirts - c12 - Blue / Navy

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    £113.57
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  • Erotokritos Size 6 Gold Lurex Vest with Button Detail
    Erotokritos Size 6 Gold Lurex Vest with Button Detail

    Erotokritos Size 6 Gold Lurex Vest with Button Detail A gold lurex vest top from the Greek label Erotokritos. In a racerback style with decorative button detail on the left shoulder. Measurements (please check carefully) Chest: 30" Length: 23""

    £9.99
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  • Theofilos Hadjimichail (Greek 1871-1934) Erotokritos and Aretousa 75 x 47 cm. (29 1/2 x 18 1/2 in.)
    Theofilos Hadjimichail (Greek 1871-1934) Erotokritos and Aretousa 75 x 47 cm. (29 1/2 x 18 1/2 in.)

    The present work was painted in Mytiline in 1933, when he had been “discovered” by the renowned art critic Eleftheriades-Teriade who promoted his work in France. The scene illustrates a passage from a 17th century Cretan epic poem by Vincenzo Kornaros on the love between a princess and a commoner. As Teriade said of the artist’s work, “…the magical sensitivity to every color combination, the ornaments of a fresh, spontaneous imagination, and finally the ingeniousness, this creative ingeniousness...

    £57,360.00
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