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  • The decoration of the large centrepiece plate revives with harmonious elegance the motif of the heart, su coro, used traditionally in the spouses’ exquisite ceremonial bread as a well-wishing symbol.

  • This material decorative object is shaped in the form of a stylised wild boad, a common subject of the traditional iconography of Sardinia.

  • This elegant capacious bag with traditional black and white geometric patterns has the original shape of a trapezoid with handles and edging with zips and red cords that form an original guitar shape.

  • The exquisite workmanship and the delicate colors used characterize the glazed ceramic tea set, consisting of a teapot, a milk jug, a sugar bowl, a cup and a saucer.

  • This table runner in cotton and linen realised using the handloom, has detailed decorations of birds and seedlings taken from traditional weaving and crafted according to the relief technique locally known as a beltighitta, and more generally known as pibiones.