Some artisans inherit their craftsmanship from their ancestors and others one day feel something, a sort of vocation they cannot escape. Such is the case of Assunta Perilli, who suddenly fell in love with an old wooden loom she found in her hometown, Campotosto, known for its long-standing textile traditions, and decided to carry on the art of weaving. She learned the tricks of the trade from two local elderly women, Mechina and Idea, and specialized in the weaving of linen and wool. Traditional blankets, tablecloths and towels, in addition to more creative and “freehand” textile creations.
Jesurum was established in 1870 in Venice by Michelangelo Jesurum and is now worldwide renowned for its exclusive home, yacht and private jet linens. Over the years, the Jesurum tradition has evolved into new and contemporary forms, without sacrificing the original sophisticated spirit of Venetian culture, with products such as classic lace, embroidered by skilled […]
Rubelli has been creating, producing and marketing fine fabrics since 1889, innovating while remaining faithful to tradition. Today it makes high-performance technical fabrics on new-generation looms, in addition to precious velvets and the exclusive soprarizzi, silk velvets handwoven on original 18th-century looms moved to Venice from the Rubelli factory in Como. In Venice, the Ca’ […]
A historic company specialising in the production of wooden furnishing objects with a unique design, created by Sebastiano Lunardelli, the company’s owner along with his sister Agnese and Luca Zambelli. Inspired by the tradition of a city built on wood and water, Lunardelli Venezia stylishly and elegantly combines wood, precious fabrics and sophisticated Murano glass. […]
The name Fuga has been associated with the world of Venetian mirrors since 1852, owing to the artist and artisan Angelo Fuga. It was Franco, however, who started, alongside his wife Tullia Ongaro, this workshop, which has become the paragon of Venetian excellence, also entrusted with the delicate task of restoring the mirrors of La […]