Antigoni completed her studies in jewellery design and goldsmithing in Athens, where she worked while studying alongside notable craftsmen and prominent designers of hand-made jewellery. Throughout her long career, Antigoni has participated as a jewellery maker and designer in numerous international exhibitions, receiving wide acclaim for her work in competitions and at the same time gaining the trust of her clients for the creation of exceptional designs.

Antigoni believes that the hand-made jewellery is an object of timeless, everlasting value, a unique piece of art in the hands of its discerning clientele.
The designs and creations follow the principles of minimalism but also retain a high sense of femininity and sophistication.

Our history

  • 1990

    Origin

    Antigoni Jewellery was founded in the historic city of Kavala in Northern Greece by the jeweller designer Antigoni Kapoutzi. The brand Antigoni quickly became recognized locally and shortly afterwards to the rest of Greece.

  • 1991

    Affiliated Stores In Greece

    Based in Kavala, Antigoni Jewellery expanded with an extensive network of affiliated stores in central locations within mainland Greece as well as in select Greek islands.

  • 2001

    New Workshop

    The ever-increasing customer demand for Antigoni’s unique creations prompted the company to establish a state of the art workshop in its privately owned estate in Nea Karvali, near the city of Kavala.

  • 2007

    New Store In Kavala

    The company opens a new retail store in the heart of the main commercial street in Kavala, creating a beautiful retail experience for old and new clientele.

  • 2009

    Antigoni In Athens

    Antigoni jewellery celebrated the opening of its first branch in Athens, in one of the most elegant and affluent urban areas, Kifisia.

  • 2012

    Expansion To Zürich

    Demand from a wider European customer-base leads Antigoni to open an exclusive gallery in the historic centre of Zurich, forging a powerful union between renowned Swiss quality and the Greek jewellery tradition.