This "SICILIA" Pride PERSONALIZED 32 oz. Canister has a latch with a rubber seal. Personalize with your last name, first name, two names, nickname, favorite town/city or whatever you wish, etc... . This canister is 6 in. tall. Personalization/information can be a max. 14 characters including spaces & punctuation. Made in the USA. Sample personalizations: Joseph's, Marco & Anna's, Mancini, Russo's, Palermo, Rome, The Ferraro's, Big Al's, etc...
*ALL PERSONALIZED GLASSWARE & PERSONALIZED CERAMICS, except our VILLA Line will take 4-6 weeks, if you order past the 11/29/10 (3P cst) deadline due to demand.
Personalized glass, ceramic or carafe orders take orderstake approximately 14-18 business days for processing and shipping because the are custom and made to order. This product may ship separately from the rest of your order. There are no refunds for personalized products such as this one because they need to be special ordered. If of course, we do make a mistake with your order, we will rectify the problem for you at no additional cost. All personalized orders, such as this one are charged at the time the order is placed.
About the symbol on this product - The Trinacria, a three-legged design resembling a triskele, is a symbol of the island of Sicily, which is off the western coast of Italy. The three bent legs are supposed to represent good luck and prosperity. The term Trinacria means "triangle" as for the shape of Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean. Triangular, the three points represent the three capes of Sicily, also known as Trinacria in ancient times. The Medusa in the center of the design implies the protection of the Goddess Athena of ancient Grecian mythology, the Patron Goddess of the Isle. The Sicilian Flag recently adopted again in 2000 by the autonomous region of Sicily has the Trinacria in its center on a shield of yellow gold and red-orange. The head in the center was that of Medusa, whose hair did the outraged goddess Athena turn into snakes. For the flag of Sicily, Sicilian parliament replaced the Medusa head with one that is less threatening to the innocent onlooker who, after all, should not be anticipating being turned to stone.