Mary Samoli, A Jewel Made In Greece leaders stamp

A Jewel Made in Greece is a flexible and elegant platform that hosts Greek designers – creators of contemporary art jewelry, developing a creative dialogue between the culture of art and the history of Greek jewelry.


I started my journey in 2009 and it moves on two different axes. One of them is creating jewelry and the second one concerns the creation of the platform A Jewel Made in Greece, which was launched in 2013. 

A Jewel Made in Greece is a stylish and free-to-use flexible platform aimed at Greek jewelry designers.

But it is primarily aimed at women or men and children of all classes and economic backgrounds who are the ultimate recipients of our jewelry.

The highlight of the journey of A Jewel Made in Greece, is when in 2015 and 2016 we were allowed to enter the National Archaeological Museum and we imprinted the entire history of Greek jewelry, 6 thousand years ago.

The purpose of the A Jewel Made in Greece platform is to promote Greek jewelry both in Greece and around the world.

We can be found in exhibitions in Mykonos, Santorini, the Athenian Riviera where we have two different exhibitions and as our purpose is to export and meet foreign audiences or foreign traders we travel around the world.

The exhibition has traveled to Dubai, the World Trade Center, to the European Parliament, in its largest chamber and focal point. We attend for two consecutive years the JCK Luxury show in Las Vegas.

My name is Mary Samoli, I am the creator of the A Jewel Made in Greece platform and jewelry designer. 


  • Direction/Post Production: Panos Tsirozidis
  • Camera: Dimitris Zografakis
  • Production Co-ordination and Interview: DigitalWise – Niki Oikonomopoulou
  • Texts & subtitles: Niki Oikonomopoulou
  • Project Manager: Kyriaki Kostolidou

The interview took place in the context of the thematic presentations and actions implemented by, aiming to promote the image of Greece abroad, through the faces of charismatic Greeks who signify the outward-looking Greece.

We warmly thank the Life Gallery athens hotel for its kind hospitality and for its contribution to the video shootings.