SURRENA TERRACOTTA FALISCA S.r.l.
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01033 Civita Castellana (VT) ITALY
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Surrena - Terracotta Falisca - Etrusco Collection

Etrusco Collection

From combination of two simple natural elements, clay and fire, comes out a product showing extraordinary feature: the terracotta




Mosaic

Talamontaccio's frontespice, Tarquinia's winged horses, Cerveteri's sarcophagus of bride and bridegroom, Falerii Veteres's apollo (present Civita Castellana), are just few samples of how executions perfect technique can be surpassed only from the emotion their view makes us feel.

It is with the same technique, enriched by the fire control's modern technology that Surrena Terracotta Falisca reintroduces these emotions, offering a products range which, giving continuity to our past, give us the chance of living the future with more feelings.

Mosaic 1
M1 - cm 45 x 45
Mosaic 2
M1 - cm 45 x 45
Mosaic 1
M3 - cm 60 x 45
Mosaic 4
M4 - diam cm 45
Mosaic 5
M5 - cm 60 x 45
Mosaic 6
M6 - cm 80 x 60



Anphora
Malleable and ductile during manufacturing first phase, clay takes any shape given by man's experienced hands and only after having met in our klin, wisely checked by our master klin attendant, gets its final structure.

Oinoch˛e - 5th Cent. B.C. - Black figures Oinoch˛e - 5th Cent. B.C. - Black figures
Greek Amphora - 5th Cent. B.C. - Black figures Greek Amphora - 5th Cent. B.C. - Black figures
Lekhtinos - 5th Cent. B.C. - Red figures Lekhtinos - 5th Cent. B.C. - Red figures
Kantharos -  5th Cent. B.C. - Black figures Kantharos - 5th Cent. B.C. - Black figures
Oinoch˛e (N) - 5th Cent. B.C. - Black figures Oinoch˛e (N) - 5th Cent. B.C. - Black figures




Tile

Many finds from ancient cultures show us how this material may stand to flowing of time keeping unalterated for years, as a messenger of all previous peoples who lived in our land.

Etruscian and Falisci, who lived in central Italy in pre-roman times, were real master in clay manufacturing, and they tell us about their history and life, through daily use objects from pots, bricks, tiles, up to more complex ornamental handcraft which represent noblest human creativity: ôartö.