“The greatest challenge has always been to create new art forms and uses while applying the same, tried and tested, age-old classical methods.
By employing techniques that have hardly changed from the age of antiquity, we can justifiably conclude that in Tinos and Pyrgos village, the ancient tradition of marble sculpture carries on seamlessly throughout the centuries.”
“The “Doves” made of white marble are the doves of innocence and peace, of Tinos and of Greece. Today they adorn solely or in composition, various private and public spaces in many parts of the world; a special honour for their creator and for Tinian Marble Craftsmanship.”
“The Marble Platters, either plain or carved with colour, have as their creative matrix the bowls (“Koupes” ) of the ancient Cycladic civilisation, that were originally made 2500 years ago. The Marble Platters are solid, handmade, with a plane and fine finish. The unique veins and colours of the marble which they are made of, make them decorative as well as utilitarian pieces of work that eloquently stand out in a room.”