Fragments of ancient civilizations and nature motifs
give inspiration to linear forms in silver.
Anna Vlahos is an Australian jeweler living in Greece, where she finds inspiration for her beautiful waxwork in classical archeological classic finds. Borrowing pattern elements from vases, and amphoras, she replicates them by infinitely giving shape to her jewelry and objects. Having completed her studies in fine arts and jewelry design, Anna Vlahos creates jewelry pieces, which stand out due to their impressive linear design. She deploys all properties of silver for her abstract forms, which remind of shapes of plants and nature motifs either familiarly or intricately.