An integral head element of the traditional Corfiot attire was the “torkos”, which was decorated with flowers. Gradually, the jewellery that depicted these flowers became fashionable and they were called “fiori”.
The depicted “fiori” has seven stems from filigran and a circular row of pearls around a red or green stone. There are leaves in between the stems thus recreating a bouquet. The jewellery dates back to 1880-1920.