Our porcelain figures come from a strictly handcrafted process. This means that, even in reproducing faithfully the original model, every single piece will be slightly different from all the others of the same kind, as in the drapes, hairs and painting.
Every piece is therefore unique and defined by our exceptional attention to details, the high quality of our materials and the certainty of having a handmade product, which are certified also by the markings we put under every piece, such as the “made in Italy” stamp and our signature or logo.
Lidia is Sibania ‘s limited edition for 2023, our 10th Statue of the Year.
This year we offer you an aesthetic different than usual, a more modern figure with a retro appeal all in one.
Color represents above all an element of detachment from past editions: we wanted to give her a decisive but elegant touch and the choice could only be this navy blue, one of the colors they will identify this year. Blue and white go very well in the graphics we chose for Lidia’s dress: a rather stressed pattern but with soft lines, even more softened by the white collar with a regular profile. The cold colors of the figure are finally warmed up by the ocher yellow tones of the crescent-shaped base on which she sits gracefully.
The distinctive feature of this edition is certainly the large white hat she wears on her head, embellished by a ribbon and a bow matching the dress, which gives her that quite vintage look that attracted us so much in the initial concept.
As always, under the base, the name and serial number of this limited edition are painted, together with the reference year and our brand.
Height: 20 cm
Every product created by Sibania is unique both concerning the realization process of every single piece and the production technology, which boasts its being inimitable by others. Each item is hand made and hand painted in our workshop, set in Vicenza (Italy). All clothes are made of thin, porcelain layers on which different kinds of textures are impressed. These layers are cutted according to the characteristics of every single template. They are successively carefully applied on the figurine body. Hairstyles are also handcrafted depending on each figurine’s unique features. Faces, clothes and accessories are painted on the biscuit with non-toxic colors. The piece is eventually baked one last time (“third firing”). Any additional details such as violin strings or the Vespa kickstands are then applied on the finished piece.