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Carmela Iatropoulou

Angelou 7, Chania Town, Crete, Greece
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Beautiful GEM of a shop

Having just arrived back from Chania. I have realised that I have made a big mistake by not... read more

Reviewed 16 October 2016
Loughborough, United Kingdom
Fantastic shop!

Carmela is so lovely, and she really has a gift for helping people find the pieces that really suit... read more

Reviewed 19 July 2015
Kimberly B
Rennes, France
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Small and very nice shop selling jewels and ceramics, in the heart of Chania old town. Both jewels and ceramics are designed and manufactured by the owners, and reflect their culture and their high level of design sensibility. Worth while visiting even if not interested to buy, just to enjoy the sight.
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16 Oct 2016
“Beautiful GEM of a shop”
19 Jul 2015
“Fantastic shop!”
Angelou 7, Chania Town, Crete, Greece
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Reviewed 16 October 2016

Having just arrived back from Chania. I have realised that I have made a big mistake by not purchasing the most beautiful Aqua Marine ring. The shop is mesmerising, with lots of nooks and crannies where the work is presented. Having a drink at Fagotto's...More

Thank WSB13
Reviewed 19 July 2015

Carmela is so lovely, and she really has a gift for helping people find the pieces that really suit them best. She spent at least an hour with me to make sure I bought the "right" pieces for me. And find the perfect gift for...More

Thank Kimberly B
Reviewed 1 July 2015

My daughter and I have just spent a lovely afternoon in the company of Carmela and her beautiful things. We tried on pieces of jewellery and she critiqued each one of how it suited us. Spent far more than I expected to but have come...More

Thank Bryony64
Reviewed 22 June 2015

In a town with lots of t-shirt and tourist junk shops, this one is a special gem. She has great taste and the prices of her items are reasonable. There is both jewelry, ceramics, pottery and simple paintings. A lovely selection and she is charming....More

1  Thank Morleydembo
Reviewed 16 November 2014

My wife and I discovered by chance Carmela’s shop many years ago when we were roaming around Chanià old city and since them our last stop in Crete, where we spent our summer holidays, is there: we have never been disappointed. Carmela is a kind...More

1  Thank wrghbgrdxzwq
Reviewed 19 September 2014

My favourite shop in Crete with the loveliest warm and friendly owners. They have some beautiful pieces of jewellery, all so lovely and unique displayed in the most interesting of ways. The ceramics and artwork also stunning, many of the pieces created by the owners...More

Thank AngelVsDevilArt
Reviewed 5 August 2013

What a wonderful place to spend some time. No 2 pieces the same. All work done on premises. Very lovely lady working there. Not pushy at all, she seemed happy just to have us wandering about. One of the nicest shops in Chania.

3  Thank portou
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