Ruffoni Tappeti Pezzotti

The Ruffoni family has been producing hand-woven carpets since 1935. What distinguishes their products is the use of the traditional technique of Valtellina pezzotto, in combination with an ongoing research into style. The process is exclusively manual, and the warp and weft are interwoven to produce a magnificent artistic creation. Carpets, tapestries and textiles of various kinds, unique pieces are all made entirely with natural fibres. In particular, velvet is used for the weft while linen thread is used for the warp with great expertise, one of the strengths of Ruffoni Tappeti Pezzotti.

Ruffoni Tappeti Pezzotti

Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 12 pm and from 3 pm to 6 pm Sunday, by appointment only
Via Rivolta, 45, Morbegno, SO, Italia - +39 0342 610806 - http://www.ruffonipezzotti.it

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