I know of the Necklace of Harmonica. The necklace was made by Hephaestus, given to the goddess Harmonia as a wedding gift:
Harmonia and her husband were eventually turned into serpents, and the necklace was inherited by their daughter, Semele. It also brought her demise, as the day she wore it, she was visited by a disguised Hera and was tricked into asking her lover, who was Zeus in disguise, to reveal himself; Zeus was forced to comply causing her instant death. The necklace later fell into the hands of Queen Jocasta, who remained young and beautiful thanks to it. She unknowingly married her son Oedipus, and when the truth was revealed, she killed herself, while Oedipus tore his eyes out. Polynices inherited the necklace and gifted it to Eriphyle, eventually leading to her demise as well. It then went into Arsinoe's hands, before finally reaching the hands of Amphoterus and Acarnan. They both decided to offer the necklace to the Temple of Athena in Delphi, in order to stop any further misfortunes. The necklace was stolen, however, by the tyrant Phayllus, who offered it to his lover; however, her son fell into madness, set fire to the house, killing everyone in there.
Are there any other cursed items in Greek mythology? What is their history?