Not stopping simply at making the handcrafted frames of the business's beginnings, for some years Stefano Ajello has also been recovering and reusing materials such as old wooden shutters or similar items. Materials that would be destined for pulping are reworked by Stefano Ajello and transformed into furnishings and frames, alongside the traditional framing. All of the work is done in the workshop, and this way a contribution is made to giving new life to obsolete objects.
Monday to Saturday 9 am - 1 pm and 2 pm - 8 pm
Corso Camillo Benso Cavour, 119, Perugia, PG, Italia - +39 3288229143 - http://www.arterecupero.com
In 2007 Takafumi Mochizuki left the Land of the Rising Sun to move to Florence. After studying furniture restoration for some years he opened his own workshop, becoming the “Zouganista”, from “zougan”, marquetry in Japanese. Because this is his greatest passion: leaving his mark on the wood, creating decorative objects with attractive lines, with curvilinear […]
A point of reference for collectors and antique dealers, private customers and museums: the Leone workshop makes and restores frames according to the fourteenth-century techniques. Frames, mirrors and tabernacles in any style. Built with old wood, hand-carved, the gold plating is done in gouache only with pure gold leaf, and the colours are made only […]
First Paul Maselli in 1955, and for the last 37 years his son Gabriele, have been creating frames for customers in his workshop, in the heart of Florence, where you can choose from about 600 models. But this wide range of products does not exhaust Bottega d’Arte’s ability to fulfil private customers’ requests as well […]
The location is in the San Polo neighborhood, near Campo San Tomà, the Basilica dei Frari and Scuola Grande di San Rocco. A skilfull engraver and restorer, Bruno Barbon is one of the few artisans who has mastered the art and technique of engraving the famous Venetian moretti. In addition to these jewels, Barbon also […]