Marble refrigerator magnet
On this marble refrigerator magnet made of genuine Italian marble from the Verona region is the beautiful sentence: "Errare humanum est" - "To err is human". Give yourself or a fan of antique sayings a present with this beautifully crafted unique piece! And also have a look at the many other magnets with sayings on these gift idea pages of the Roman shop. Or are you looking for marble, very unusual coasters for your glasses on the table? Then you will find what you are looking for here. The coasters with great sayings or pictures of famous people from antiquity are also suitable as murals.
- genuine Italian marble
- strong magnet
- Dimensions: 5x5cm
- strong adhesive force
- Imprint: "Errare humanum est"
Natural surface - each magnet is unique
Genuine Italian marble distinguishes this refrigerator magnet. The antique surface is different for each magnet, as it is a natural product that is crushed from a quarry in the Verona area of Italy and processed into small slabs. The motifs are applied and sealed in a special process. A real piece of Italy for your home! And an unusual gift for your friends of antiquity.
Errare humanum est - the devil in detail
Errare humanum est is a Latin idiom that has gained it great fame. However, it is not completely reproduced in this form. The saying is complete: "Errare humanum est, sed in errare perseverare diabolicum". (Hieronymus; Seneca, Epistulae morales VI,57,12; Cicero, Orationes Philippicae 12,2). Translated: "To err is human, but to insist on error is diabolical."
Washable and individual
The surface of these very special refrigerator magnets can be washed off at any time and is also scratch-resistant thanks to the special printing process. In any case, the small eye-catchers on the refrigerator, which keep the shopping list or other notes in place, are an exclusive gift or for your own use an individual gem from Italian nature. The particularly strong magnet also effortlessly holds several leaves on each metal surface.
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