Environments and Ceramics

In recent years, Moorish Heads have become popular as decorative elements, thanks to their unique beauty and fascinating history.

Moorish Heads have ancient origins dating back to the Arab period in Sicily, which lasted from the 9th to the 11th century. During that time, the Arabs imported the technique of glazed ceramics from the East, which involved applying a layer of enamel on the surface of the fired ceramics. Moorish Heads were created using this technique and were adorned with vibrant colors and geometric patterns.

Originally, Moorish Heads were used as decorative items in the homes of the wealthy and aristocratic families, but over time they also gained popularity among the middle class. Throughout the centuries, Moorish Heads have taken on a symbolic meaning, becoming a symbol of wealth and social status.

Today, Moorish Heads have become a popular decor element worldwide, not just in Sicily. They are appreciated for their unique appearance and fascinating history, often used as decorative accents to add style and personality to living spaces.

Moorish Heads can be found in a wide range of styles and sizes, suitable for decorating any room, from the living room to the kitchen and bathroom. They are a captivating and unique decor element that brings a touch of style and personality to environments. With their ancient history and symbolic significance, they make an interesting and original addition to any home, and also serve as a great choice for those seeking a unique and meaningful gift.

In this section, we showcase some photos of our ceramics displayed in both classic and modern settings.