Welcome to Kantyli - Custom Greek Gifts Since 2004
Beautiful music box to be used as a name day gift. Shipping was Superman fast! Beautiful presentation box and great packing. Thanks!!!
We love our times in Greece!
Hope to be back soon.
Very well made products and great customer service!
Purchased this frame as an anniversary gift to hold our Greek Wedding Certificate, fit perfectly! Excellent quality and was just what I was looking for.
Comfortable and breathable. Great facial coverage and it fits perfect behind the ears.
Excellent quality mask! Arrived super fast and very comfortable fabric. Washes well and can be adjusted. Got many compliments in Greek Town.
Awesome product and Super Fast delivery
Prompt Shipping. Product Exactly as Advertised and Extremely High Quality. Completely Satisfied. Highly Recommend Seller.
Sign was done with care and very precise workmanship!
It looks like authentic sign you will see if you drive in Greece.
Excellent work, highly recommended
I was so satisfied with my signs!
I am very happy with my purchase. Owner, Panos was great to work with and offered suggestions to make my purchase worded correctly. My signs look just like the ones in Greece and everyone who sees them has positive comments. Thank you again Panos.
Love my sign! I have gotten so many compliments when people see it on my wall. The shopping experience with Kantyli was great. My products came quickly and much care was given in the packing of the merchandise. I will shop with them again!
Pano was very helpful in ensuring the sign was just how I wanted it before shipping considering it was coming all the way to Sydney, Australia. Na'sai kala Pano!
The sign is perfect! It brings our village to the states.
Purchased the Grandfather and Father frames. Both were made solid and great quality. Originally I ordered to vertical frames but one came in horizontal. I notified owner, but didn’t expect anything in return. He immediately apologized and sent me a new one. Wonderful service. Thank you!
Unique gift for soon- to-be grandparents. Exactly what I requested. Good quality. Consider for those hard to buy for Greek friends in your life.
Very happy with my purchase! The box and the music it plays are beautiful. Can’t wait to buy another one to gift to my mom.
Very happy with my purchase, the Greek flag looks beautiful as a mask!
Wooden Magnets 2019
Ordered a village sign in memory of my Papou...great quality and fast service...
Thanks for a great product
Great products and communication with owner. Second time placing order. Will purchase again!!
Ordered a sign for the village my Papou was from in Crete.....it was great!!!!! excellent quality and the customer service was fantastic......Thanks so much
Well done, by Panos Fiorentinos! He should be the only one doing the rest of the Dioceses churches throughout the USA, and even further.
The signs are perfect. Each representing my parents' respective islands.
You brought home closer.
The sign turned out great! I actually got it for my gift shop which is close to the beach and thought it would be cute in the window.
Love the mugs. Got two for me and two for my childhood friend. This will be great to have coffee with him using the mugs... we use this gesture with each other regularly.
"A life-long member of Holy Trinity parish in San Francisco, Fiorentinos coupled his strong involvement in the Church with his new found ability with photography when he moved to Chicago a few years ago. There he began taking pictures of the exterior and interior of the many Greek Orthodox Churches in the area, eventually photographing all 59 parishes in the Metropolis (Diocese) of Chicago. The results of his labor of love and faith are beautifully displayed in a wonder new 'coffee table' book. Included are everything from great cathedrals to small chapels, as well as converted former Protestant churches, Jewish synagogues, and non-religious buildings, all now serving as houses of worship for the Greek Orthodox faithful in the Midwest. Through Fiorentinos'
lens, we see not only the varying styles of architecture, often striving to preserve some form of Byzantine traditions, but also a detailed look at the interior iconography and layouts in each parish. Together with more detailed excerpts of histories of the Greek communities of Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Louis, theses summaries give fascinating insights into the migration of Greeks to the Midwest and the importance they placed in establishing and fostering their Greek Orthodoxy in their new homeland. Finally, through scholarly well illustrated essays by noted Orthodox authors, Ecclesia provides the reader with a short course in church theology, history, iconography, symbols and lives of the saints for whom churches are named, making this volume a valuable resource on the Orthodox faith. It's is an ideal gift for anyone interested in church architecture and local community history."
Condensed from a review appearing in the Hellenic Journal 12/2004
"...I was surprised that such a book existed because I had no heard of such a book before. I bought the book to give to a friend for Christmas, but when it arrived at my house I enjoyed so much that I kept it myself. I was intrigued by the stories of each parish and how they came to be and the struggles that many of them face to survive. But what struck me the most was how beautiful the photographs were and how they reminded me of the beauty of our liturgy and how I value being an Orthodox Christian. I look at the book regularly especially when I need some inspiration. I highly recommend the book to all Orthodox Christians."
"Allow me to go on the record as saying, your book is a masterful work of art and writing!"
"We were pleased to see your article/press release in the Orthodox Observer - of course published late as usual. I left the paper on the table so I could cut out the article and Sophia as it on her own and was all excited - "Panos' book, Panos' book! It's in the newspaper !!" and ran around the house with it. Then I read her a few lines and she said "WELL, doesn't it say who he is MARRIED TOO?!!!!" Then she sang a song about Nouna (godmother) and Nouno (godfather) and ran around the house singing about how great you were. She is funny. I told if she acted nicer when she you in person it would be better than singing all this when you weren't here to hear it."
From an email 11/2005
"Thanks for letting me pick up those books. I kept one for myself and gave on to my father-in-law, who is a Lutheran minister. I can't express in words how much he loved the book and the poster. He was glued to the book and looked at every page. He said he couldn't wait to read the info on each church. I was also thoroughly impressed by the book. I knew that you worked your ass off and it shows. Congratulations once again."
From an email 12/2004