Aluminium decorative object
altreforme presents A Moveable Feast, Paris in the Twenties collection, marvellous collection of accessories and pieces of furniture designed by Elena Cutolo, dedicated to the city of Paris, where the designer has lived intensely for over four years and where she has found, from the bouquinistes at the quays of the Seine, Paris est une fête, the French edition of A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway, diary of the novelist’s age in Paris, but most of all evidence of a unique artistic and cultural existence
Dice Tyche is a lucky charm, a favourable accessory taking name from Tyche, the goddess of fortune in Greek mythology, declined into three versions: animali, italia and mondo. Every dice shows six propitious amulets: one on each face according to the main theme.
Size: 8 x 8 x 8 cm
Upon request customizations are possible with other colours ex RAL range.
Each side of the dice represents a symbol of good luck in the different Countries of the world.
carattere cinese fu – in China the letter fu stays for good luck and happiness; on New Year’s day it is hanged on the door to catch positive influences.
susino – In Japan the plum tree represents spring, good luck and capability to face difficulties, as its flowers are born on naked branches.
ferro di cavallo – in Russia the horseshoe is hanged with the two ends looking towards on the walls or on the front door to keep bad luck away.
mano di Fatima – in the United Arab Emirates this stylized hand stays as a symbol of protection against bad luck.
loto – in India the lotus flower, born immaculate from mud, represents highest beauty; Its copious seeds signify richness and fertility.
melograno – in Africa the pomegranate stays for fertility and love; after ceremony, newlyweds traditionally eat pomegranate red grapes from the same fruit.