Handcrafted Made in Italy hookah bowls.
Each bowl is designed and created in Florence, all the way through the production process. For the design and theme of every bowl we get inspired by different topics like history, traditions, folk-tales, myths, and divinities. The outcome is a bundle of high-quality design, performance, and beauty handmade by our expert Master Craftsman.
Material: Italian white clay;
Weight: 0,5 kg;
Color: green, yellow, white and light blue;
Bowl height: 9.5 cm;
Diameter: 8.5 cm;
♛ Our new Omicron bowls are filled with clay and come with phunnels characterized by a spherical expansion in the middle part of them called "PEAR-SHAPED PHUNNEL". The bowls take some seconds longer to get warm, but the heat retention greatly improves. Another improvement is also the sound, that we like to define “drumming”.
Thanks to the changes we’ve made, the resistance to impacts makes our new bowls “as hard as a stone!”.
♛ Gradual heating and balanced temperature which allows to enjoy your Hookah session for a longer time, never exceeding 100°C (212° F) thanks to the italian white clay quality used;
♛ Suitable for all the most common heat control devices on the market and with aluminum foil;
♛ Handmade detailed decorations;
♛ No ash leaks;
♛ Easy to clean with hot water and soap;
♛ Sharing is caring: enjoy your Hookah experience like you were smoking an italian masterpiece.
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🔎Curiosities: Rhea was a character from Greek mythology, daughter of Gaia (Goddess of the earth) and Uranus (God of the sky), and mother of Zeus. Married to Cronus, the youngest leader of the first generation of Titans, she was known as "The mother of Gods".
The legend says Gaia and Uranus told Cronus he was fated to be overcome by his own child, therefore Cronus swallowed all the children Rhea gave birth to. For this reason, Gaia, Uranus and Rhea figured out a plan to save her last child. Rhea gave birth to Zeus in cave on the Island of Crete, and gave Cronus a stone wrapped in clothes which he immediately swallowed. Zeus was hidden in a cave on Mount Ida protected by her guardians.
Her cult was pretty common especially on the Island of Crete, where people celebrated her with chants and dances usually accompanied by a tympanon (a type of drum) to reach religious ecstasy.