*** By clicking on the photos you can see them enlarged. Florentini Kaloutsi painting in her studio, Chania 1915. Stamp designed by Kaloutsi for Crete's union with Greece, 1913. The arrival of High Commissioner Prince George in Chania painted by Kaloutsi, 1913. Minoan design, double axe, on graf paper. Kaloutsi's first weavings and paintings exhibition in Athens, 1926. Florentini Kaloutsi (left) and painter Violet Kingsford at her London exhibition of weavings, c.1930. A cotton dressing gown featuring the lillies from Knossos fresco, c.1930. International trade fair prices and medal. Florentini Kaloutsi (centre) with Helena Venizelos, Chania, 1947. King Paul and queen Frederica visiting the Double Axe stand in the Athens 1949 folk art exhibition. Kaloutsi's daughter, Sissi, shows a tablecloth. Kaloutsi (centre), her husband George and associates at her first athenian store 1950. The Double Axe first store in Athens circa 1950. The firm writing paper from the '40s. Business card in french. Sissi Kaloutsi at Double Axe stand at a greek folk art exhibition in Thessaloniki in 1951. Handwoven cotton blouse decorated with the tree of life. Double Axe stand at an exhibition. Double Axe shop in Chania in the '50s. Kaloutsi in her store in Athens. Kaloutsi showing a woven curtain. Envelope and business card circa 1960. Business card in english and french. Shopping bag around 1960. Kaloutsi (left) and weavers at her workshop in Chania, August 1957. Kaloutsi's designs for furniture. Cretan style furniture designed by Kaloutsi. Cretan motifs on furniture. Lamp designed by Kaloutsi. Handmade table cloth. Kaloutsi's designs are still woven in Crete. Double Axe stand at an exhibition. Kaloutsi's house and workshop in Chania in the '50s. The balcony above the main entrance was destroyed by german bombs during WW2. Kaloutsi's home as it stands today after a mass renovation. Double Axe's artifacts on a brochure from an exhibition. Kaloutsi was never idle, here a few months before her death in 1971. Sissi Kaloutsi-Grapsa at the Double Axe shop in 1986. Arranging Double Axe show-window for Easter 1986. Show-window, Easter 1987. Sissi Kaloutsi-Grapsa serving customers in 1988. Double Axe shop at 23 Voulis street, 2003. Double Axe shop at 23 Voulis street, 2003. Double Axe shop at 23 Voulis street, 2003. Easter 2003, show-window at 23 Voulis str. March 2004, moving out. Invitation to the opening of Double Axe at its new location at 7 Voulis street. Sissi Grapsa, second ftom the left, at the opening at 7 Voulis street. March 2004. The opening at 7 Voulis street on March 23, 2004. The Double Axe store in 2004. The Double Axe store in 2004. The Double Axe store in 2004. Show-window during the Olympic games in 2004. Show-window, summer 2005. Show-window, fall 2005. Show-window, fall 2007. Show-window, January 2009. Celebrating Double Axe's 90 years. In 2019-2020 the municipal gallery in Chania hosted a commemorative exhibition of Kaloutsi's work. Extract from a letter to Aggeliki Chatzimihali. Handwoven curtains exhibited at the municipal gallery in Chania. Kaloutsi's designs applied on bags, tablecloths and book-cover. Tablecloths and handbag exhibited at the municipal gallery in Chania. Tablecloths and lamp exhibited at the municipal gallery in Chania. Wall hanging made from pieces of fabrics designed by Florentini Kaloutsi. Tablecloth exhibited at the municipal gallery in Chania. Kaloutsi designed this table using the folk motif in the centre and the preminoan linear decoration at the border. The minoan Prince with lillies designed by Kaloutsi on graf paper.