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Roman Marmite. H 42cm. Cultivated under the sea.

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Model originated in: Unknown.    Dating: Unknown.    Use: Unknown.    Size: 42 x 48 cm.    Weight: 6.2 Kg.

Amphora with marine vegetation fossil.

Replica of an ancient amphora, it reproduces very faithfully the amphorae found in shipwrecks. Ceramic pieces aged under the sea for 2 years.
The amphorae acquire a natural covering of marine flora and fauna, giving them an appearance of more than 2000 years old. Each piece is unique and unrepeatable.
Iron bracket included.

Replica of the clay pots that could be used to prepare meals and other uses throughout the Mediterranean and also in the ships that transported the amphorae.

Production process:

1.- The models are selected and made in terracotta, after a meticulous study of the shapes and uses that were given to them in the various ancient cultures of the Mediterranean. These reproductions of ancient amphorae are faithfully hand-made by master potters.

2.- After drying and firing, the amphorae are submerged in the seabed for long periods ranging from 18 months to 2 years, depending on the case. During these years, and thanks to a plankton recirculation system, the amphorae are nourished in an accelerated way by marine life with shells, small molluscs, algae, corals and sponges.

3.- During the time that the pieces remain submerged, it will be necessary to maintain the seabed by manually moving them one by one in the various ecosystems prepared for them, so that they are enriched with life. The varied colonisation of the surface will make each piece unique and unrepeatable.

4.- After the meticulous extraction from the seabed, they are exposed and dried in the open air for a certain period of time, so that the marine life adhering to the ceramics can finish fossilising and dry. The result is a unique amphora that reproduces the passage of thousands of years at the bottom of the sea.


Certified and exclusive amphorae

As each piece is unique, they carry a numbered certification with a plaque certifying their origin and a parchment with historical information about that model of amphora.

Special packaging

For total safety and protection during transport, the amphorae are packed in Instapak® foam.


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