AND OUR MISSION IS

to invest all our energy to reveal you the “joie de vivre”.

ABOUT US

E.E.I Ltd. is a fast growing and developing company that offers a wide range of services to the client. Our company’s brands gave expression to its founders’ vision, creating products that give people moments of pleasure and “joie de vivre”. Our team has the capacity to answer your needs with the knowledge of more than 18 years experience on both the supplier and the buyer side of the business. We can support you from the very beginning – creating the design of your project, supervising the production stage of the goods to its distribution to the final client. We can assure you we shall invest the same energy and knowledge in realization of your idea as we do it for our own products.

The combination of experience with high innovative capacity and flexibility build our key to success.


We are always working on new ideas
and our name stands for high quality products

 
“…. Do you know what we want to do with this small piece of ? As usual, we shall create a new religion.
And we are sure we shall succeed in distancing even more people from the whole Truth.”
(Based on Paulo Coelho’s story)

CAMEA… WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

Cameos are often worn as jewelry, but in ancient times were mainly used for signet rings, although the largest examples were probably too large for this, and were just admired as objets d'art. Stone cameos of great artistry were made in Greece dating back as far as the 3rd century BC. The Farnese Tazza (a cup) is the oldest major Hellenistic piece surviving. They were very popular in Ancient Rome, especially in the family circle of Augustus. The most famous stone "state cameos" from this period are the Gemma Augustea, the Gemma Claudia made for the Emperor Claudius, and the largest flat engraved gem known from antiquity, the Great Cameo of France.

The technique has since enjoyed periodic revivals, notably in the early Renaissance, and again in the 18th and 19th centuries.

The Neoclassical revival began in France with Napoleon's support of the glyptic arts, and even his coronation crown was decorated with cameos. In Britain, this revival first occurred during King George III's reign, and his granddaughter, Queen Victoria, was a major proponent of the cameo trend, to the extent that they would become mass-produced by the second half of the 19th century.

The visual art form of the cameo has even inspired at least one writer of more recent times, the 19th-century Russian poet Lev Mei, who composed a cycle of six poems entitled Êàìåè (Cameos, 1861), as reflections on each of the Roman rulers from Julius Caesar to Nero. In 1852 Théophile Gautier titled a collection of his highly polished, lapidary poems Emaux et Camées (Enamels and Cameos).

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