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Corno Androgynus Red enamel on kaolin mixed with oxides and earthenware

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Technical information of this article:
Cm18 Horn in kaolin mixed with oxides and earthenware,
Red enamel in the second firing,
Golden and Silver leaf finished in cold shellac,
Golden strap with golden knot cover,
Vignette with Legend *

Custom bag or box on request with a small addition of cost.


* Androgynus: the Horn "different"
Designed and created by Amaranta Diamante © in Naples

"Androgynus"-from the Latin androgynous – is the first line of horns that evokes both sexes: the horn, which since antiquity represents male sex as a symbol of fertility, is crossed along its sinuous by a furrow that represents female sex. This intervention in addition to giving a unique design to the object gives it a double valence superstitious by the Union of the sexes.
Each horn is hand-molded and for this no one will be equal to another for the different shapes, features, sizes, colors and decorations.
The terracotta is treated in several variants: from the mixtures of oxides, sands and stones; From the inhunchback, to the decorations, to the glazes and crystalline in the second firing. Cold finish with gold and silver leaf, burnishing and various patinas.
It looks like a unique and original collection.
Technical information of this article:
Cm18 Horn in kaolin mixed with oxides and earthenware,
Red enamel in the second firing,
Golden and Silver leaf finished in cold shellac,
Golden strap with golden knot cover,
Vignette with Legend *

Custom bag or box on request with a small addition of cost.


* Androgynus: the Horn "different"
Designed and created by Amaranta Diamante © in Naples

"Androgynus"-from the Latin androgynous – is the first line of horns that evokes both sexes: the horn, which since antiquity represents male sex as a symbol of fertility, is crossed along its sinuous by a furrow that represents female sex. This intervention in addition to giving a unique design to the object gives it a double valence superstitious by the Union of the sexes.
Each horn is hand-molded and for this no one will be equal to another for the different shapes, features, sizes, colors and decorations.
The terracotta is treated in several variants: from the mixtures of oxides, sands and stones; From the inhunchback, to the decorations, to the glazes and crystalline in the second firing. Cold finish with gold and silver leaf, burnishing and various patinas.
It looks like a unique and original collection.

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Corno Androgynus Red enamel on kaolin mixed with oxides and earthenware

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