Ditta Monica Grandi

Monica Grandi’s creations are made with great skill and passion, in clean yet creative designs. For years a skilled artisan and potter, she has a perfect mastery of the ancient techniques, majolica tiles, where her great skills as a painter and artist of the Este graffiti technique, the ingobbio, come to the fore. Her creations are aesthetically and technically distinctive, but linked by a sophisticated style, with the preciousness of a unique, entirely handmade piece.

Ditta Monica Grandi

Monday to Saturday from 9:30 am to 1 pm and from 3 pm to 7 pm, closed on Thursdays
Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, 155, Ferrara, FE, Italia - +39 0532 206097 - http://www.mgmaiolichedarte.com

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