Plasterego – Boschetto

Plasterego is the contemporary evolution of a story that began 60 years ago in the field of interior plaster decorations in Padua. Mario Boschetto, the founder, walked into the workshop of an artisan-decorator for the first time in October 1951 and took his first steps in the art that would later become his job. In April 1980, after having received many recognitions, he was awarded the title of Master Artisan. The Plasterego creations combine technical skill and artistic taste: innovative items embodying the uniqueness typical of artisan creations.

Plasterego – Boschetto

Monday to Friday from 8 am to 12 noon and from 2 pm to 6 pm
Via Pelosa, 72, Caselle, Padova, Italia - +39 049 8978874 - http://www.plasterego.it

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