Navarini Rame

Hephaestus’ art has been practised by the Navarini family for generations and not by chance next to the workshop there is a museum that introduces the world of copper and its uses. In the last fifteen years most of Navarini’s production has been kitchen items and in particular pots, made entirely of copper or with a silver lining. The secret of the copper pot is that, thanks to the specific conduction capacity of this material, the heat distribution is much more uniform and therefore preferred by chefs and food lovers, who may also commission specific custom objects.

Navarini Rame

From Monday to Friday from 8 am to 12 noon and from 2 pm to 6 pm. The Museum is also open on Saturday and Sunday by appointment.
Via Val Gola, 22, Ravina di Trento, TN, Italia - +39 0461 923330 - http://www.navarinirame.com

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Decorative Arts
Metals

Rinomata Rameria Mazzetti

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Montepulciano (SI)

Decorative Arts
Metals

Coltellerie Paolucci

In Paolucci’s workshop, one can still smell the odours and hear the sounds that up until 10 or so years ago were typical of the city of Frosolone, where the art of forging has very distant origins. Experience has been handed down from father to son, and makes it possible for them to produce the […]

Frosolone (IS)

Decorative Arts
Metals

Fratelli Antonini fu Giulio di Pietro Antonini & C.


The history of Fratelli Antonini fu Giulio began in 1929 with Antonio and Luigi Antonini. Following in the wake of a tradition in Maniago that has ancient origins, they dedicated themselves to the craft of the blade and knives. Today, they concentrate their production mainly on professional kitchen and cheese knives, the various tools for […]

Maniago (PN)

Decorative Arts
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Rocco Petrunti

Rocco Petrunti, heir to a family tradition that has been passed down for five generations, is a skilled cutler whose workshop is in Frosolone, where this craft has very ancient roots. Along with the typical local production of penknives, ‘sfilati’ and ‘mozzettas’, Petrunti also makes zouaves and grafting knives, as well as customized sporting knives […]

Frosolone (IS)