QUOD SIS ESSE VELIS: 'Be content to be what you are.' (Literally: 'May you wish to be that which you are.') A sentiment from the 1st century AD Roman poet Martial.
From the 'Moorlands Collection', made for us in the UK. This versatile and varied collection consists of Latin inscriptions and other pieces inspired by the Classical idiom. This inscription is supplied ready to hang on a wall, or it can sit in a little stand (not supplied) on a desk. It is made of strong plaster and ochred by hand. There may, therefore, be a slight variation in the depth of colour from piece to piece.
|dimensions||Height: 9cm Width:14cm Depth: 1cm|
Latin inscription: 'Be content to be what you are.'
- Code: JBM-34
- Status: In Stock
- excl tax: £20.00