Silver Tre

Riccardo Traviganti is an eclectic craftsman who inherited the metal crafting business from his father Carlo. He creates extraordinary objects in silver, brass, copper, and steel. These include the stunning Fabergé eggs two meters high, or the life-sized carriage pulled by a mechanical horse. Today, the torch has been passed to his children Carlo, Mara and Lorena, who along with a team of collaborators give life to the most disparate creations, making accessories for the home in silver, alpaca, and brass. They have a devoted international clientele, ranging from the UAE to Russia.

Silver Tre

Monday to Friday from 8 am to 12 pm and from 1 pm to 5 pm
Via Novi, 5/7, Milano, MI, Italia - +39 02 58100157 - http://www.traviganti.it

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