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100,00 

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Here is the Antikapratika gift card, illustrated with a unique print by Ivan Duso.  If you are still unsure about the right artwork or motif, give your loved one a free choice with the gift card.

This gift card is a real card printed on paper and will be delivered by regular post to you or your loved one.

 

every piece is unique

In stock

DESCRIPTION:
Our Gift Card is a real print card, illustrated with a unique artwork by Ivan Duso, and will be sent by post.

PLEASE NOTE:
This Gift Card can be used for purchases in the Antikapratika ONLINE SHOP.
Valid for purchases of products within the indicated date, 12 months from the date of purchase.
The Gift card can be used for multiple purchases by entering the indicated code, when requested, until the specified amount is reached.
The Gift Card is not redeemable for cash or other cards, is not reloadable or redeemable. It cannot be resold, exchanged or transferred for value.
The card will be sent by post to the address you indicate and will take a few days to be delivered. Shipping costs will be added at check-out.

SIZE OF PAPER:
21 cm x 9 cm

PRINT:
Fine Paper 200gr/m2

 

Weight 0,10 kg
Dimensions 21 × 9 × 1 cm

Each white porcelain tattooed product is handmade in Berlin by Antikapratika, just for you.

Each object is decorated with an original Antikapratika Tattoo motifs, painted by hand with maestry in order to offer a fine, extraordinary uniqueness, to adorn any table setting or interiors. Few of our pieces have a touch of gold to just to give a touch of extra glamour.

Due to this handmade process, each tattooed porcelain is an unique, superb piece with an individual, irregular shape.

Design by

Marta Maria Trenti

Marta Maria Trenti, after getting her diploma as Architectural Engineering in 1994, began her artistic journey in 1996, when she attended the ceramic workshop of Master Ceramist Giancarlo Scapin in Schio (VI) Italy. A real imprinting that awoke an interest for creativity, initially oriented towards clay, but which would gradually include an interest also in drawing, oil painting, tattooing and gradually becoming predominant for porcelain.

The porcelain and ceramic artist Marta Maria Trenti, italian, working in Berlin, Germany

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IMPORTANT All Orders placed from 20 January, will be shipped from 16 February 2024.