As we shape the narrative of a venue, dozens of smaller stories unfold. There’s the romance of falling in love with a new place, object, or craft. The drama of producing, restoring, or recreating just the right piece. The triumph of discovering a long-forgotten treasure.
Read on for the encounters with the people, places, and things which make each Anthologist project a captivating saga—and to find pieces you can shop to help tell your story.
A Bracelet Worthy of a Wonder Woman
I’ve always been drawn to old, soulful jewelry. Perhaps it was because my great-great grandfather was a jeweler in Armenia, or because my grandmother, Rose, layered necklaces
A Bronze Goddess Comes Knocking
Like a moth to a flame am I to a brass object. Any brass object. Even something that looks entirely useless. Every stack of books on my
A Bag Born of Friendship
The evening began with my summer parea, the Greek word for your group of friends. I was hosting aperitivo at Panito Cottage and they arrived with a hostess
Jewelry Inspired by a Legacy
I designed this collection in honor of my Armenian great grandmother, Almas. My great-great grandfather, one of Armenia’s foremost jewelers, was beheaded by the Turks in the
Anthologist X Cannelait
A new collaboration! Paros’s hottest new bakery opened this past July to much acclaim. Yes, EVERYONE in Paros came to Cannelait for their sweet and savory fixes