Lucentini

Lucentini

Lucentini

 

Lucentini - A Uniquely Hand created Ceramic. Each Individual item is produced by skilled artists.

 

This piece of Collectable Art holds the size of 15 cm x 20 cm and can be achieved as a limited edition.
While we are devoting our time in the creation, you are invited to devote your time in enjoying our creativity.
Unique Piece Of Art Just For You.

 

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Ir-Rix

The feather - This design is found under the Maltese balconies together with many other designs that embellish and ornate the traditional balconies. It has this feather design giving it the feeling of lightness and ability to stay up and high.

110.00 *

Is-Salib

The Cross – For the Maltese through its strong Catholic roots,  this symbol is sacred. It represents hope, believe, truth and all that is spiritual. This is a simple Baroque Cross used by the Knights of St John during liturgical Services.

110.00 *

Ix - Xemx

Sun – Symbolises life, Warmth, Happiness, Joy, Charm, Glory, Splendour  – Sunny Malta – Xemx is also widely used colloquially to personify beauty,  brightness, braveness, intelligence amongst others. It is extensively used in local traditional songs and poems.

110.00 *

L-Ghajn

The Eye – This is widely used on the forefront of the colorful Maltese “ Luzzu” (fishing boat) to protect the fishermen from misfortune. Its is also widely found in many Mediterranean countries.

110.00 *

L-Imhabba

These three words support each other to make love the ultimate expression of care and truth. Mixed with the local Bizzilla it shows the patience, dedication and love  local housewives did this intricate job.

110.00 *

Il- Muftieh

The Key – Symbolises the tool to open/close doors, solve problems, open ways, open hearts and is also the symbol given to important people ( religious mostly ) that have the key to open the heavens. It is above all the old Maltese word for Key. 

110.00 *

Salib tal-Kavallieri

Maltese Cross – Dedicated to Knights of St John that governed Malta between 1530 up to  1798.  The eight pointed Cross has a purpose and a meaning.  The eight countries from where the Nights of St John originated and the eight beatitudes which Jesus expressed  as per the gospel of Matthew.

110.00 *

San Gwann

St John Cathedral – This tile is dedicated to the stunning architecture and decoration of the Co-Cathedral of St John.
Good to note that 3 Grandmasters have helped to embellish this Cathedral to its current Glory.

110.00 *

The Crown

The Crown symbol of power, victory, triumph, honour, glory and immortality. The Crown is vastly used in the Maltese tradition, being also used by the church to glorify God and saints. It is also the symbol used extensively in weddings for the bride being the Queen of the night. 

110.00 *

Il-Lapida

The tomb stone - This is a common decoration, part of intricate work in marble commonly  found in churches  and cathedrals on the floor or on walls. The floors of Churches and Cathedrals were used as graveyards for important people or benefactors. 

110.00 *
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