Lamps and chandeliers Raku ceramic
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Description by the artist

Table lamp in Raku ceramic (fireclay). An explosion of colors reminiscent of an island made of sea, sun and nature. Prickly pears have been modeled and applied in relief on a cubic base. Lampshade in copper and pure cotton, which is slightly inclined to resume stylistically, the growth of prickly pear blades in its spontaneity.

Details and dimensions

Materials: Raku ceramic
Dimensions (cm): Height 33, Width 10, Depth 10
Weight (kg): 0.560
Handcrafted in Sicily

The artwork in the Sicilian culture

By the Governance of Sicilian Artisan Foundation

Prickly pears are one of the great symbols of Sicily. They grow everywhere: on the sides of cliffs, in gardens, on the roofs of abandoned houses, on the sides of roads … Its fruit (ripe by the end of August) is delicious and much loved by Sicilians who also make rosoli and mostarda, a sweet typically prepared in jars, with the addition of carnations, cinnamon and almonds. Gelo is also very appreciated, a sort of gelatinous cream. Prickly pears were imported by Arabs during their domination (IX-XI century).

Photo: Two Sicilians and a donkey, XIX century

The Governance also suggests

The objective of the Governance is both to safeguard the traditions and ancient crafts of the people of Sicily, and to sustain economically the Artisans and the Artists, both the real ethno-anthropologists of the country.
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