Collectible Magnets and Puzzle

€7.00
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: "... and yet it moves!" Phrase attributed to Galileo who was subjected to the inquisition for six years and tortured for having said that the earth moved. When he was freed, he looked up to the sky and down towards the earth and stamping his foot, with a contemplative soul said: "And yet it moves"; that is, nevertheless...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble - Ad maiora (Towards greater things) Magnet in real raw Italian marble - Ad maiora (Towards greater things) 2
AVAILABLE IN ABOUT 15 DAYS
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Ad maiora (Towards greater things)  Latin greeting formula used to address someone who has achieved an affirmation, to wish them further success or results Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world: - the best-known Latin phrases of ancient Rome from...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Alea iacta est (The die is cast)  Motto that is still repeated today when undertaking an irrevocable action. According to Suetonius, Julius Caesar pronounced it when crossing the Rubicon  Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world: - the best-known Latin...
"New" - Magnet in real raw Italian marble - Birth of... "New" - Magnet in real raw Italian marble - Birth of... 2
Last items in stock
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: the Birth of Venus (Sandro Botticelli)  The marble magnet represents the Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli, an icon of Italian art. Painted in 1485, it was part of a decorative cycle of the Medici Villa of Castello; today it is preserved in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. Despite the title, it represents the arrival...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Carpe diem (Seize the day)  Words with which Horace urges us to know how to enjoy the goods that life offers us day by day Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world: - the best-known Latin phrases of ancient Rome from Julius Caesar to Catullus, from Seneca...
"New" - Magnet in real raw Italian marble - Centurion of... "New" - Magnet in real raw Italian marble - Centurion of... 2
Last items in stock
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Centurion of the Roman army  Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world: - the best-known Latin phrases of ancient Rome from Julius Caesar to Catullus, from Seneca to Gaius Titus - the phrases of great poets, writers and scientists such as Dante, Lorenzo de...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Cogito ergo sum (I think, therefore I am)  Famous phrase by Descartes, which expresses the certainty and immediate, intuitive evidence with which the thinking subject grasps his own existence Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world: - the best-known...
Collectible Magnets and Puzzle

"New" - Magnet in real raw Italian marble - Daje

04M
€7.00
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Daje  Daje is very simply the Roman version of come on! and can be used in any context: to incite, to encourage, to tease, to admonish, to express joy, to confirm, etc., etc.  Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world: - the best-known Latin phrases of...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Divide et impera (Divide et conquer)  Motto, the origin of which is not known with certainty, which is meant to mean that the division, rivalry, discord of subject peoples benefits those who want to dominate them  Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world:...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Do ut des (I give to you so that you give to me) The phrase is used when referring to favors done in the expectation of receiving appropriate reciprocity  Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world: - the best-known Latin phrases of ancient Rome from...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Dura Lex sed Lex (The Law is harsh, but is the Law)  Rule often repeated to indicate the need to accept an imposition or situation when duty requires it  Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world: - the best-known Latin phrases of ancient Rome from Julius...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Errare humanum est (To err is human) The Latin phrase is a philosophical axiom with which we try to mitigate a fault, an error, a moral fall, but he warns that insisting is diabolical  Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world: - the best-known Latin...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Fontana di Trevi (the Trevi fountain)  The Trevi Fountain is the largest and most scenic of the most important fountains in Rome. Having become one of the undisputed symbols of the city, the fountain constitutes the exhibition of the Acqua Vergine  Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: in vino veritas (in wine there is truth)  Latin proverb that is usually quoted with allusion to the expansiveness and sincerity typical of those who have drunk a little abundantly  Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world: - the best-known Latin phrases...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: L'Amor che move il sole ... (The love that moves the sun and the other stars)  The love that moves the sun and the other stars (Paradise, XXXIII, v. 145) is the last verse of Paradise and the Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Lasciate ogni speranza voi ch'entrate (Abandon all hope you who enter)  "Abandon all hope you who enter" verse taken from the inscription on the gate of Hell (Inferno III, v. 9) of Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy  Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world:...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Life is toot short to drink bad wine  Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world: - the best-known Latin phrases of ancient Rome from Julius Caesar to Catullus, from Seneca to Gaius Titus - the phrases of great poets, writers and scientists such as Dante,...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Memento audere semper (Remember to always be bold)  Motto created by G. D'Annunzio, as a personal interpretation of the MAS acronym for armed motorboats for hunting submarines  Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world: - the best-known Latin phrases of...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Mens sana in corpore sano (A healthy mind in a healthy body)  Very well-known sentence, taken from a verse by Juvenal: "Orandum est ut sit mens sana in corpore sano" (we must ask the gods that the mind be healthy in the healthy body)  Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Mors tua, vita mea (Your death, my life)  Sentence applied to various particular cases to mean that one person's damage is often an advantage for another  Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world: - the best-known Latin phrases of ancient Rome from Julius...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Omnia vincit amor (Love wins everything)  Virgil's hemistich which became proverbial already in antiquity to exalt the ineluctable strength of love, which does not give up in the face of any obstacle Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world: - the...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Pecunia non olet (Money does not stink)  This phrase attributed to Vespasian is used to indicate that, whatever its origin, "money is always money", in the sense that the means does not determine the intention  Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world: -...
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Per aspera ad astra (Through difficulties to the stars)  Phrase which usually means that the path to virtue and glory is fraught with difficulties  Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world: - the best-known Latin phrases of ancient Rome from Julius Caesar...
€7.00
Magnet in real raw Italian marble: Piazza di Spagna   Piazza di Spagna is one of the most famous and visited squares in Rome. In the center stands the Barcaccia Fountain, designed and sculpted in Baroque style by Pietro and Gian Lorenzo Bernini  Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks We take the story around the world: -...
Showing 1-24 of 115 item(s)

Collectible magnets and puzzles

Who in their home does not have a magnet purchased as a souvenir of a holiday? Or a gift from a loved one? There are many types, made of different materials and with the most disparate designs or shapes. In resin, in wood, in ceramic, in metal, in plastic …

We at Ginger have made a selection and offer our customers some truly exclusive models. Models that will satisfy the most refined tastes, all with original designs born from old watercolors, from the mastery of ceramic craftsmen or from the imagination of those who love cats. Look for the magnets you like best and collect them all, or buy them to make an original gift

Magnet in real raw Italian marble 

Magnet in real raw Italian marble, printed with eco-sustainable inks

We take the story around the world:

- the best-known Latin phrases of ancient Rome from Julius Caesar to Catullus, from Seneca to Gaius Titus

- the phrases of great poets, writers and scientists such as Dante, Lorenzo de Medici, Galileo Galilei, Descartes 

- some places in Florence and Rome such as Ponte Vecchio and Trevi Fountain

Measurement: 5 cm x 10 cm (1,97 x 3,94 in)

N.B.: some imperfections that may be present on the marble base (as shown in the photo) are part of the absolutely artisanal workmanship, confirming the value of uniqueness


A revolution in the world of puzzles has come from the laboratories of Pisa: WoodART Wooden Puzzle (Poplar wood)

Forget the traditional joints and explore the original tiles in carefully selected poplar wood, solid and resistant. Joints never seen before, strange and amusing shapes, a continuous challenge. The special pieces refer to the life of the author, to the works and to the context of the work of art.

Some of the masterpieces of Leonardo da Vinci, Sandro Botticelli, Klimt, Munch, Michelangelo, Hokusai and Van Gogh

The linen pouch and exclusive box make it a perfect gift!

Hand painted and glazed ceramic magnet

Ceramic magnets, hand painted, completely handcrafted with designs from Florence and Tuscany.

Florence: Duomo, Palazzo Vecchio, Ponte Vecchio, David, Giglio, Brunelleschi's Dome.

Tuscany with the village, the sunflowers, the olives, the moon and the cats, the flask with the grapes and the little church.

Size: 5cm x 5cm

Wooden magnet with reproduction of the famous drawings by Poliziano

Poliziano collects some of the most beautiful watercolors that can be found in some Italian cities: Venice, Rome, Florence, Pisa, Lucca, Siena. Beautifully finished with a parchment design, this magnet will bring home, among others, the drawings of the Duomo and the Ponte Vecchio in Florence, the Rialto Bridge and Piazza San Marco in Venice, the Leaning Tower in Pisa, the Trevi Fountain, the Colosseum, Piazza Navona in Rome, Piazza San Pietro in the Vatican City, Piazza del Campo in Siena

Measures 9 x 6 cm

Wooden magnet with drawings of cats ... like famous characters

Beautiful wooden magnet with drawings that identify some famous characters: Harlequin, Dante Alighieri, Leonardo da Vinci, Pinocchio, Colombina, Juliet and Romeo and others. All to collect

Measures 8 x 6 cm

Product added to wishlist