Natural Heritage of the Sardinian Island has
labelled it Natives as Ancient Craftsmen,
which, even today is still evident in almost
all of our traditional exhibitions, being
mainly that of the customs and costumes of
our daily lifestyles. Amongst these arts and
crafts which has been passed down from family
to family through the ages and are still practised
today is that of our traditional tissues.
A special type of handicraft using ancient
tools, methods and raw materials for our modern-day
carpets which were originally used only for
decorative pieces of tissues to cover huge
ancient wooden 'box-type-trunks', a unique
and exquisitely decorative piece of handicraft.
Along with fine pieces of hand-made lace and
other fine tissue types. Our then crafts men
would forge the raw-iron into Horses
bits, blades, knives, needles etc., immersing
them in hot olive oil to conclude and secure
their creation. Not to mention Sardinias
exquisite River Cane Baskets used as utensils
for either by or Fisher Folks or Farmers.
Not to mention the prestigious wood carvings
and pieces of Furniture constructed from unique
Mediterranean Plants such as 'Corbezzolo'
(Tree Strawberry Tree) and Ginepro (Mediterranean
Shrub) The famous 'Torronaio' (Tuna Fishermen),
Potters, Black Smiths and Jewellery Makers.
Not to mention our 'Launeddas su Sulittu'
(Sardinian Bag-Pipe) 'Organetto' and the 'l'erbegofono'
these are instruments constructed from special
sections of Sheep's Stomach. Thanks to our
Fore-Fathers we are the modern-day Spectacle
e and Artists awaiting your eyes and scenes
here at Ranch Is Morus.
Is Morus di Stefano Garau - s.s. 195 km. 31,200
S.Margherita di Pula (Ca)