Collection: Shoo Shoo

Clumsy, funny, mischievous and clever, curious and cheerful. All this is the Svò Svò, the old man/child spirit most loved by Neapolitans and beyond. For this daily domestic figure it is enough to show devotion and affection because its generosity knows no limits, a natural exchange of benevolence that will bring to its owner "Na bbon ciort".

Svò Svò is a typical Neapolitan superstitious figure.
who, to ward off the power of the evil eye and gossips, spreads incense from the perforated "buatta" and recites a series of nursery rhymes.

It is generally represented by men with a hunchback and often lumpy. It is also called "hunchbacked" or "scartellato"