Founded on four generations of solid family tradition, the Carati Workshop makes furnishings in brass and bronze. Recognized among the old historical workshops of Milan, its production has expanded over the years, and it is dedicated to creating embellishments for antique furniture, lighting accessories, furniture and other products. Thanks to a deep knowledge of the trade, the craftsmen apply the same expertise to both antique and modern installations such as home systems. Their valued work has received prestigious national and international awards.
Monday to Friday from 8 am to 12 pm and from 2 pm to 7 pm, Saturday, open in the morning
Via Cesare da Sesto, 1, Milano, MI, Italia - +39 02 89402884 - http://www.caratibronzista.com
Carlo Semenzato trained at the historic Fonderia Valese, founded in 1913, and has been the owner of the business since 2006. Semenzato creates his works by using the traditional Fontainebleau glass sand, pressing it into wooden or iron frames to work the object into the desired shape. Once the casts are removed, molten metal (either […]
Just a few dozen metres from Porta San Frediano stands the workshop of the Fratelli Ciulli, specialised in the production and working of objects in iron and brass. Since 1950 the Ciulli brothers have been creating chandeliers, wall lamps, decor accessories and lampstands that bring together the expertise of craft workmanship and aesthetic research. Customers […]
A rare example of expertise handed down from master to apprentice, just like in the ancient Florentine craft workshops. Vasco Cappuccini opened this workshop way back in 1925, and his only student, Lamberto Banchi, took over the business in 1946. Today, the company is run with passion by the latter’s son Duccio, a craftsman in […]
Two brothers with a passion for metals and everything that can be derived from them in terms of home decor. Daniele and Chiara, artisans with their hands the first, with the designs and the choice of materials the second. The inspiration for the models winks at the retro lines of the ’30s and ’40s, but […]