Geo Polis – Ancient Greek mythology is reflected in a collection that was created copying jewelry techniques first used during the Hellenistic period. See

Jewelries which has been found from 1600 BC, are mostly Gold and are shape of animals and shells but what is noticeable is the techniques the use, like granulation, twisting casting.

In this collection Parisa used mostly the granulation techniques combine with gemstone. These jewelries are Greek style with modern geometrical shapes.

The approach is in combining metals and stones, marrying traditional granulation and hammer finishing with the feeling of femininity in each piece.


Metal: Gold,Sterling Silver

Stone: Zircon

Setting: Bezel setting


Remember, with proper care and knowledge of your jewelry, your piece can last a lifetime.

Shower. It’s not a great idea to shower with your jewelry on, but once in a while isn’t going to do any lasting damage. Just make sure to dry it after.
Swimming Pool. Take your silver off. Chlorine is a pretty harsh chemical, so if you accidentally forget to remove your silver jewelry before hopping in, make sure to rinse and clean it afterward. Hot tub is the same thing but heat heat can accelerate the chemical reaction.
Hot Springs. The sulfur in natural hot springs will wreak havoc on your silver. Unless you’re going for that “dark oxidized” look, avoid at all costs.
Bonus Tip: Chemicals in lotions and perfumes can also cause your jewelry to tarnish. Apply them first, let them dry, and then put your jewelry on.

Hebe in ancient Greek religion, is the goddess of youth or the prime of life (Roman equivalent: Juventas). She is the daughter of Zeus and his wife, Hera.


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