Located in Orvieto’s wonderful historic center, the Fusari family’s workshop is currently run by Barbara, founders Giorgio and Giuliana Fusari’s daughter. As she grew up surrounded by ceramics and colors, what started as a game soon turned into a passion and then into a job. Barbara creates ceramics inspired by the local medieval and Renaissance pottery tradition. Vases, plates, jugs and much more. One-of-a-kind pieces featuring traditional subjects but contemporary elegance, with more delicate and sophisticated lines and with unusual colors, such as pink, orange and purple, added to the typical copper green and manganese black.
Winter: Monday to Saturday 9 am to 1 pm and 3.30 pm to 6 pm; Summer: Monday to Saturday 9 am to 1 pm and 3 pm to 7 pm
Corso Cavour 431/433, Orvieto - +39 0763 342921 - http://www.ceramichefusari.com
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