Trinacria refers to the shape of the island of Sicily. The island was known by the Romans as Trinacrium, meaning “star with three points.” The Trinacria symbol is traditionally portrayed with the head of Medusa surrounded by three bent running legs.
This Trinacria displays Sicily’s fruit, including a lemon, an orange, and a prickly pear. It was handcrafted and hand-painted by La Giara in Santo Stefano di Camastra. It is ready to hang as wall decor. Measurements are approximate.