In the Cyclades, a rich lineage of ceramists has cultivated expertise, a legacy now embodied and championed by Antonis. 

A legacy so extensive that it afforded time to pursue the American dream in the 60s, only to return three decades later. 

The call of the Homeland. 

These ceramists pushed the boundaries of their medium, experimenting, creating, and evolving. 

Functions, culinary applications, dimensions, forms, colors—multiplicity is their guiding principle.

Their aspiration: to craft objects of exceptional quality, enduring longevity, and affordability, seamlessly blending traditional craftsmanship with contemporary influences, local sensibilities, and global techniques. 

Their pieces, simple and timeless, have become "classics" eagerly acquired by Athenians and beyond.