Sbigoli Terrecotte

Founded in 1857 by the Sbigoli family and carried on by the Adami family, this old artisan workshop produces a vast range of ceramics following the ancient Tuscan artisan tradition of majolica, terracotta which is glazed and embellished with Renaissance and medieval decorations. The family Adami, particularly mother Antonella and daughter Lorenza, are still dedicated to creating new decorative objects and tableware in an even more modern vein, seeking to encourage young people to rediscover this wonderful, fascinating ancient craft.

Sbigoli Terrecotte

Lun - Sab 9:00 - 13:00 e 15:00 - 19:30, Chiuso la domenica
Via Sant'Egidio, 4, 50122 Firenze FI, Italia - +39 055 2479713 - http://www.sbigoliterrecotte.it

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