Testa di Moro, Lucio
Born from a morbid story of love and death, these Testa di Moro symbolise luck and courage and are found in households across Southern Italy. The rendering of these ornate and original heads in white allows them to bring character and detail to any space in the home without being overbearing. Perch them on the mantle, tuck them into a bookshelf or have them join you on the table. Whether you use them as a candle holder or not, you will never need (or want) to put them away.
Dimensions: 17.8cm tall; 7in tall
Material: Hand-glazed ceramic
Care: Wipe with damp cloth
About the Brand
Enza Fasano, the daughter of Grottaglie’s highly-esteemed ceramist Nicola Fasano, was born into a renowned pottery tradition. Her own ceramic world revisits Apulian lore with a contemporary eye, straddling the fine line between art and home decor, tradition and experimentation. Her unique and refined taste is on display in her lively and charming ceramic creations.
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