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      Sicilian Moorish Vases

      Artistic ceramic pots depicting Moorish heads.This masterpiece are most popular handicrafts in Sicily. The story goes like, one day, a beautiful and honorable young girl living in the Kalsa, the arabic district of Palermo, was taking care of plants and flowers in the balcony of her house as she was used to. Suddenly, a Moor merchant who was passing by, fell in love with the beautiful girl who immediately returned his love.
      They started having a love story until when she discovered he already had a wife and children waiting for him in his native land. She went suddenly crazy of jealousy and one night, while he was sleeping she thought of a way to make him stay with her forever!
      She therefore cut off his head and cleverly decided to use it as a vase to grow her beautiful basil plant.

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      Dimensions 25 × 40 cm

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      1% sale to be donated to Fundación Colores de Calcuta (NGO).

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      Dimensions 25 × 40 cm
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