Simona Casadio is an artisan business that specializes in gilding, French-polishing and restoration. It was started in 1930 by Mario Casadio. The company mostly deals in the restoration of antique objects, such as console tables, head-boards, wooden statues, chairs, furniture and frames. Exclusive hand-crafted objects of the highest quality, designed and made by hand with the greatest care by master gilders who delicately apply the gold leaves. Casadio’s workshop creates also custom-made items and restores sacred objects.
Monday to Friday from 8.30 am to 12.30 pm and from 3 pm to 7 pm
Viale delle Ceramiche, 12/ b, Faenza, RA, Italia - +39 0546 25411 - http://www.simonacasadio.it
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