Green Prickly Pear 500ml - Handmade ceramic and glass room fragrance diffuser
- Artist Battista Emanuela
- Category Fragrances
- Fragrance Moonlight*
- Size 500 ml
- Glass box dimension 9 x 9 x H 9 cm
Overall height Varies from 20 to 23 cm
- Description Handmade ceramic glazed with oxides and crystalline on a glass cube. The container is made of glass and contains a safety cap
*Moonlight, delicate fragrance. A slightly citrusy scent that evokes bouquets and colors of Mediterranean lands
Breathing in the scents of the sea, Battista Emanuela creates works that recount primitive emotions, the memory of water, of the earth, and the strength of the air carry with them the spirit of the places and their soul.
This piece is handmade to order
Estimated production time: 7 days
Regular price € 364
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Emanuela Battista was born in Terracina in 1974. Since adolescence, following her inclination, she began to attend painting courses. After completing her studies, she moved to Rome, enrolled in the "Pantheon" Academy of Culture, specialising in "Interior Design" and began a long and extensive training course both in Italy and in Switzerland. On her return to Italy in 2004, she dedicated herself exclusively to the world of ceramics, attending modelling and decoration courses with great passion, at important Masters, concerning both traditional and Raku techniques.
Today she lives in Sperlonga and her creations are the meeting point between the technique in continuous experimentation and improvement and the inspiration originating from the marine environment that surrounds it.