Il Bussetto di Fanara Giuseppe & C.

An artisan workshop in Florence in which exclusive leather items are produced. All the pieces are expertly and individually crafted by Giuseppe Fanara, together with his son Mirko, following the ancient traditions of the artisanal art of processing the Florentine leather known as "Cuoietto Fiorentino." They realize leather coin pouches, business card holders, pen holders, eyeglass cases, cigar cases, jewelry boxes.

Il Bussetto di Fanara Giuseppe & C.

Monday to Friday 9am - 1pm and 3:30pm - 7:30pm; Saturday 9am - 1pm
Via Palazzuolo, 136r, Firenze, FI, Italia - +39 055 290697 - http://www.giuseppefanara.com

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