COCKEREL MOSAIC TILE

£25.00

Cockerels were considered sacred by Apollo.

Since ancient times, these magnificent birds have been recognised as signs of virility, as they were often used in cockfighting and sacrifices.

Cockerels also symbolised masculine strength, protection, bravery and resurrection.

Roosters were often displayed in Roman houses, as they are today, and were considered to bring prosperity, fortune and good luck to your abode.

Reproduced by Roman Vision of the mosaic of the Cock Headed Man , called Gallus or Cocky,

which was discovered at Brading Roman Villa, Isle of Wight.

* Traditionally handcrafted mosaic tile, using marble and natural stone
* The mosaic contains over 150 tesserae.
* Size: 100 x 100 mm (4in x 4in). Please note that the size is approximate.
* Mosaic Bird tile has a resin back, so can be easily grouted to a wall.
* Ideal for decor in kitchens, farm cafes or artisan bakery.

 

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Weight 500 g

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