Ceramica Bontempo di Amato Bontempo

Amato Bontempo, the heir to a family of master ceramists since 1862, creates traditional handmade and hand-painted Abruzzian pottery in his workshop. He specializes in tableware and homeware decorated with classic and modern-style motifs. Delicate works of art that grace the homes of aristocrats and luxury hotels, both in Italy and abroad. Among Bontempo’s signature decorations is the ancient fioraccio, a lovely bunch of flowers painted with a few controlled brushstrokes.

Ceramica Bontempo di Amato Bontempo

Winter: Tuesday to Saturday 10 am to 12.30 pm and 4 pm to 7.30 pm, open on Monday afternoons; Summer: Monday to Saturday 10 am to 12.30 pm
Viale Nettuno, 116, Francavilla al Mare, CH, Italia - + 39 085 4910086 - http://www.bontempoceramiche.it

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