Sinuous and elongated shapes characterize this bottle which incorporates the nuragic style but with modern influences that make the design fresh and unmistakable. Entirely shaped on the lathe and finished with engobe, crystalline and enamel.
Four-handled amphora with false colander inspired by the nuragic culture and revised in a discreet contemporary key to enhance the historical charm of tradition. Finished with a precious decoration depicting a pentolobated nuraghe and the characteristic symbolism of concentric circles. Made entirely with the craftsmanship of the lathe.
Inspired by the shapes of the Askòs jug, a vessel used as an ointment or to fill oil lamps, datable to the Nuragic age. Askòide is the modern and formal vision of the traditional jug that with attention to detail brings back to ancient memories. Entirely hand-molded and detailed with the characteristic Nuragic iconography, the white enamel and the iridescent metallic enamel in clear separation, give it a particular visual formality.