This Impluvium Mosaic is one of our wide collection of Ancient Roman Carpet Mosaics. This mosaic illustrates four fishes swimming in line.
"The impluvium is the sunken part of the atrium in a Greek or Roman house (domus). Designed to carry away the rainwater coming through the compluvium of the roof, it is usually made of marble and placed about 30 cm below the floor of the atrium."
This masterpiece is an entirely handmade mosaic reproduction created using the techniques of ancient romans called "Opus tessellatum", cubic stones tiles mosaic. During its manufacture 8 mm stone and natural marble tiles are used, all together being fixed on mortar with a metallic structure.
This mosaic can be installed on both wall and floor.
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