Caltagirone Ceramic Moor's Heads
The Moor's Heads have deep historical origins dating back to the year one thousand, at the time of the Arab domination in Sicily and represent the legend that sees the passionate and violent love of a young Moor attracted by a beautiful Palermo girl as protagonist. Hence the birth of the pair of ceramics, individually shaped by the skilled hands of the artisans, which depict the Moor and the girl. The Moorish Heads of Caltagirone ceramics, with their brilliant bottle green, symbolize a solemn past and are perfectly integrated into the modern style. The pleasant design connotes both heads as furnishing objects suitable for both to act as an ornament, and to be used as a vase. They are beautifully displayed in any living room, from classic to contemporary, fantastic valuable objects to show in your home, fantastic and highly appreciated if given as a gift for any occasion.