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.

 

KCMV1039

 

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Il-Helsien

Freedom day – 31st March 1979 – One of the 5 National Holidays. Freedom Day for Malta came at a high cost where a lot of lives were lost. It is good to note that Il- Helsien for Malta brought for the first time in History full freedom and self-Governance to the Islands.

110.00 *

Virtu

The hearts represent the four Cardinal Virtues – Prudence / Courage/ Temperance and Justice. These are considered as the basicvirtues required for a virtuous life.

110.00 *

Il- Farfett

The Butterfly – This is one of the butterflies present in the Maltese countryside especially during Spring.  Farfett is also used metaphorically to describe a very agile person.

110.00 *

Il-Hsad

The harvest is a very important time of year for the farm to support for the coming winter period. Hsad is also a metaphor used a lot in poems and in colloquial Maltese.

110.00 *

Il-Barbagan

This is an indigenous and protected type of Owl that is still found in the Maltese country side. A symbol of wisdom like in many other cultures.

110.00 *

Il-Gilju

The Lily – The Maltese find the Lily as very noble type of flower because of its beauty but above all because it has been adopted by the Catholic Church for saints personifying purity.

110.00 *

Labirint

The Maze – Labirint is mostly used metaphorically indicating a way without clear direction or a problem without a clear solution.

110.00 *

In-Naghla

The horseshoe – Besides its important use it is mostly used as a tarot (superstition) in many houses above doorways mostly to protect and give good fortune.

110.00 *

L-Anglu Kustodju

The guardian angel – In the Maltese culture the guardian angel has a special place in the families. A prayer is taught to children from when they are very small before bed time and when they wake up, praying the guardian angel to guard and protect them.

110.00 *

Il- Lewza

The Almond tree- This tree is very important in Malta. Through the Almond tree, farmers use their pruning skills to get other fruit trees like the peaches, prunes and others out of the almond tree itself.

110.00 *
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