One of the Milan’s Historic Workshops, founded in 1938 by Marco Dabbene, a master engraver who successfully handed down to his sons, Roberto and Armando, and ...
Emilio Marchesini’s workshop creates sacred and modern-style silverware, even customized to the client’s specifications. Traditional processing methods are ...
In the fourteenth-century house, Torre dei Sapiti, in a workshop with barrel-vaulted ceilings, carved capitals and walls of exposed stone, is the workshop of ...
Armando Mortet is part of the fourth generation of a French family of sculptors, goldsmiths, engravers and carvers that, having formed in Florence, later moved ...
The workshop began in Florence in 1935 by Carlo Foglia, come from Bergamo and was carried on by his son and now his grandson. The ornaments and jewellery are ...
A Florentine institution in the silverware manufacturing field since 1902, Pampaloni specializes in the production of a wide choice of silver ...
Largo Claudio Treves, 2, Milano, MI, Italia
Argenti d’Arte di Emilio Marchesini
Viale Europa, 178, Villabate, PA, Italia
Borgo San Jacopo, 41, Firenze, FI, Italia
Bottega d’arte Mortet
Via Borgo Garibaldi, 112, Oriolo Romano, VT, Italia
FOGLIA FIRENZE 1935
Via dell’Argin Secco, 2/r, Firenze, FI, Italia
Pampaloni argentieri dal 1902
Via Porta Rossa, 99r, Firenze, FI, Italia
Via Marco Burigozzo, 3, Milano, MI, Italia