Sciò Scio 38 cm, with head hands and feet in terracotta, glass eyes, body in hemp and cloth clothes.
Awkward, funny, mischievous and crafty, curious and cheerful. All this is the Sciò Sciò, the old spirit / child most loved by the Neapolitans and not only. At this domestic day, it is enough to show devotion and affection because his generosity knows no limits, a natural exchange of benevolence that will bring to those who possess it "Na bbon ciort".
Horn: symbol of life
Number 13: harmony
Four-leaf clover: hope
Umbrella: serves to "pierce the evil eye"
Scissors: cut the gossips
Cornicello or foul: symbol of fertility
Horseshoe: nails the evil spirits
Garlic: energy that drives malignant influences due to its penetrating odor.