The Asaroton (or unswept floor) is a floor mosaic where abundant food remains are represented.

These mosaics were commissioned in the Domus of the wealthiest as a symbol of wealth.

The message that the mosaic wanted to convey was to show the opulence of food that the owner of the house could not only afford to eat but even waste.

We can compare this mosaic to a Birkin, a true Status Symbol.

I have selected for you the most significant and iconic elements of the Asarotons, framing them in wonderful Classic Travertine marble frames.

Each mosaic measures 18x18 cm (including frame).

the mosaics meticulously made in Opus Vermiculatum exclusively with natural materials will bring a piece of the Roman Empire into your home like you have never seen it.