Sea Pebble Jewellery

Caressed by the sun, brought up by the light breezes of the sea, hugged by the waves, sculptured by time, the pebbles chosen by the artist keep their initial natural form and become unique creations, embracing your individual personality, ornamenting your body.
Combined with silver, gold, steel, leather, rubber or string, Actipis Sea Pebble Jewellery, reveals their unexpected character and share with you their valuable energy and original style.

Sea Pebble Jewellery

Caressed by the sun, brought up by the light breezes of the sea, hugged by the waves, sculptured by time, the pebbles chosen by the artist keep their initial natural form and become unique creations, embracing your individual personality, ornamenting your body.
Combined with silver, gold, steel, leather, rubber or string, Actipis Sea Pebble Jewellery, reveals their unexpected character and share with you their valuable energy and original style.

Spiros Actipis

The artist was born in Zakynthos in 1966. He studied Graphic Design in Athens Technological Educational Institute (TEI) where he also taught after 13 years of professional experience in the Creative Department of advertising agencies.
Since 2002 inspired by the beauty of natural sea pebbles, Spiros Actipis creates unique hand-made jewellery, all signed by him. His first jewellery exhibition took place in Aenaon Gallery in the summer of 2003, under the title “Body like pebble”.
Part of his collection is on display at the Benaki and Cycladic Art museum shops. Also chosen to represent the main visual of the 2014 national exhibition “Greek Design is Good Design”.

Spiros Actipis

The artist was born in Zakynthos in 1966. He studied Graphic Design in Athens Technological Educational Institute (TEI) where he also taught after 13 years of professional experience in the Creative Department of advertising agencies.
Since 2002 inspired by the beauty of natural sea pebbles, Spiros Actipis creates unique hand-made jewellery, all signed by him. His first jewellery exhibition took place in Aenaon Gallery in the summer of 2003, under the title “Body like pebble”.
Part of his collection is on display at the Benaki and Cycladic Art museum shops. Also chosen to represent the main visual of the 2014 national exhibition “Greek Design is Good Design”.