Lava Lapis - Ceramic vase, glazed by immersion
This is a unique piece
- Artist Agaren
- Category Ceramic vases
Creation year 2020
- Dimensions 32 x Ø 28 x H 38 cm
- Description Glazed ceramic vase. Entirely handmade, through the most ancient and traditional ceramic production methods. Glazed by immersion, with exclusive products tested in Agaren's laboratories
Collection MATERICA: It tells the strength of the Etna volcano, giving this model a tactile sensation at the same time porous and velvety. Elegant, minimal, authentic.
This piece is handmade to order
Estimated production time: 3 weeks
Signed by the artist
This work includes the artist's signature
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Agaren - the sign offers ideas for contemporary décor through sophisticated revelations of art bound to the tradition of ceramics of Caltagirone. Objets d’art that combines history and design.
The extreme attention to details, supported by twenty years of experience of master craftsmanship, is the company’s strength. The production technique hides secrets and art mixtures that make the product unique and exclusive. Agaren chooses to combine art and design to recall history through ceramic artworks.
In doing so, history revives, as in a fairy tale, an incredible civilisation that is the Sicilian culture. The Moorish heads in ceramics, a tribute to the beauty of ancient Sicily and its traditions, draw inspiration from a legend of love and jealousy set during the Arabic domination in Sicily. This is the emblem of the new mood that leads ceramic artists to play with precious materials.