Our heritage

From ancient times to the present


The loom was used by women over the centuries and was a vital part of home. It met basic family needs such as clothing, textiles for everyday use, sheets, tablecloths, curtains as well as sacks for the transportation of products. They used silk, wool and cotton yarns.

The wool was processed by the women themselves, a painstaking and tedious process followed by the dying, whereby plants such as walnut, indigo, radish were used to achieve the desired coloration. Today, the manual loom has almost disappeared after being replaced by the mechanical loom and the weaving process has been mechanized. We can only find it in a few houses and museums of folk art.

Our heritage

From ancient times to the present


The loom was used by women over the centuries and was a vital part of home. It met basic family needs such as clothing, textiles for everyday use, sheets, tablecloths, curtains as well as sacks for the transportation of products. They used silk, wool and cotton yarns.

The wool was processed by the women themselves, a painstaking and tedious process followed by the dying, whereby plants such as walnut, indigo, radish were used to achieve the desired coloration. Today, the manual loom has almost disappeared after being replaced by the mechanical loom and the weaving process has been mechanized. We can only find it in a few houses and museums of folk art.

You were caught in my reel, weaving a divine tissue. So eager to appear, as if you were, in a chest locked for years. On Kirki’s loom you appeared and the warp at your side stands alone.

You were caught in my reel, weaving a divine tissue. So eager to appear, as if you were, in a chest locked for years. On Kirki’s loom you appeared and the warp at your side stands alone.

You were caught in my reel, weaving a divine tissue. So eager to appear, as if you were, in a chest locked for years. On Kirki’s loom you appeared and the warp at your side stands alone.
Loizos Syrigos, born in Piraeus and graduate of economics from the Brighton University (UK), has been undertaking the linen family business since 2001. His love and admiration for Greece pushed him to expand his business with new collaborations on the production of loom products reviving the ancient art of weaving. Since 2018, he has been teaming up with a new charismatic designer Lamprini Chinoporos creating “Kirki's Loom”.

“Kirki's Loom” weaves Greek elegance Based on the precious textile heritage and inspired by Kirki's legend, “Kirki's Loom” enlivens the primordial textile tool, the loom, following an original, creative path, that of the revival of ancient Greek textiles. At “Kirki's Loom”, wooden, hand-operated, almost-museum looms create their own rhythm, giving birth to amazing and unique creations which are of limited production, all woven and sewn in hand. Using cotton and silk fibers, motifs and colors are woven combining ancient Greek culture, traditional art and minimal aesthetics on marvelous woven gowns, shawls and belts with special embroideries. These elegant garments start their journey from "Kirki's Loom" in order to find a place in your wardrobe and your everyday life.
*Circe (Greek: Κίρκη) is a goddess of magic or sometimes a nymph, enchantress or sorceress in Greek mythology

Syrigos Loizos

Founder & Production Manager

Loizos Syrigos, born in Piraeus and graduate of economics from the Brighton University (UK), has been undertaking the linen family business since 2001. His love and admiration for Greece pushed him to expand his business with new collaborations on the production of loom products reviving the ancient art of weaving. Since 2018, he has been teaming up with a new charismatic designer Lamprini Chinoporos creating “Kirki's Loom”.

“Kirki's Loom” weaves Greek elegance Based on the precious textile heritage and inspired by Kirki's legend, “Kirki's Loom” enlivens the primordial textile tool, the loom, following an original, creative path, that of the revival of ancient Greek textiles. At “Kirki's Loom”, wooden, hand-operated, almost-museum looms create their own rhythm, giving birth to amazing and unique creations which are of limited production, all woven and sewn in hand. Using cotton and silk fibers, motifs and colors are woven combining ancient Greek culture, traditional art and minimal aesthetics on marvelous woven gowns, shawls and belts with special embroideries. These elegant garments start their journey from "Kirki's Loom" in order to find a place in your wardrobe and your everyday life.
*Circe (Greek: Κίρκη) is a goddess of magic or sometimes a nymph, enchantress or sorceress in Greek mythology
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