Moulding the material

The art of shaping material, any material, and making it into an object for daily use or decoration, using techniques that have been refined over time to become the heritage of many trades, is one of the foundations of Italian culture, its knowledge, roots and wealth.

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Italy has no end of historical or new-generation workshops that produce the highest level of traditional arts and crafts, often bringing innovation with the culture of the project. Working with clay, ceramics and stained glass, there is a proud history involving many artists of the highest level. There are the ancient arts of forging metals, from iron to copper and brass, or mosaic, a millennia-old source of fascination, or the unimaginable strength of paper. It takes ability to know how to read the wood or stone and see what can be made from these seemingly inanimate materials. These old and new traditions live on today in the poetic workshops of the masters of skill and know-how.

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Each workshop is a small world where one can admire vases, plates, frames, statues, knives, books, crystal glasses, all of which take shape in the expert hands of artisans, as if by magic. They leave their personal imprint, making each piece unique and priceless.

This is how a piece of iron or clay, a trunk or a stone becomes an exclusive luxury furnishing. These large or small design items or utensils bring a touch of class to even the most elegant interiors.

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Decorative Arts
Paper

Paolo Olbi

Paolo Olbi began training in the field of artistic bookbinding in 1962 and then pursued studies in France to gain further knowledge. Technical skill but also creativity which, in the mid-1970s, allowed him to pioneer the marbled paper technique, becoming the first workshop that left the world of book restoration to start a new genre […]

Venezia

Decorative Arts
Paper

Fallani Venezia

Operating in Venice since 1968, the Fallani Venezia silk-screen printing workshop prints top-quality editions, by putting its technical and artistic expertise to the disposal of painters, sculptors, photographers, illustrators, street artists and graphic and fashion designers and by interpreting and translating their different expressive languages into graphics. Fiorenzo Fallani has created over 1,000 editions for […]

Venezia

Decorative Arts
Wood

Bruno Barbon

The location is in the San Polo neighborhood, near Campo San Tomà, the Basilica dei Frari and Scuola Grande di San Rocco. A skilfull engraver and restorer, Bruno Barbon is one of the few artisans who has mastered the art and technique of engraving the famous Venetian moretti. In addition to these jewels, Barbon also […]

Venezia

Decorative Arts
Gold leaf

Mario Berta Battiloro

Gold has a thousand properties and uses. It requires, however, great expertise in order to work it to perfection and obtain ultra-thin gold leaf, the best way to fully exploit its potential in many fields. This is what Mario Berta Battiloro does, by carrying on an old family tradition dating back to 1926. At his […]

Venezia

Decorative Arts
Metals

Fonderia Artistica Valese dal 1913

Carlo Semenzato trained at the historic Fonderia Valese, founded in 1913, and has been the owner of the business since 2006. Semenzato creates his works by using the traditional Fontainebleau glass sand, pressing it into wooden or iron frames to work the object into the desired shape. Once the casts are removed, molten metal (either […]

Venezia

Decorative Arts
Mosaic

Orsoni Venezia 1888

Founded in 1888, Orsoni is the last historic furnace allowed to operate with fire in Venice. It produces the famous Venetian glass tiles and 24 carat gold leaf mosaics in various shades, including the precious Oro San Marco, used to restore the masterworks of the Venetian Basilica. An age-old tradition described through the Color Library, […]

Venezia

Decorative Arts
Paper

Alberto Valese-Ebrù

The origins of the paper marbling technique go as far back as the 9th century and to Japan. Through the Silk Road, this art reached Turkey, where it became very popular and was named Ebrû (from the Persian word Ebri meaning ‘cloudy’). It is here that Alberto Valese, having learned the basics, was able to […]

Venezia

Decorative Arts
Costume Jewelry

Ercole Moretti

The business was started in 1911 by the three Moretti brothers, for the purpose of producing the two traditional Venetian glass pearls: the Rosetta and the Millefiori mosaic. Over one hundred years have gone by since then and, today, their children and grandchildren carry on the family tradition of the Venetian mosaic glass, while expanding […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Jewelry and Watches

Bastianello Arte

The location is just steps away from the Rialto bridge. It is here that Bastianello Arte, inspired by the great Venetian tradition of, for instance, the iconic moretti, creates unique jewellery in terms of design and elegance, according to age-old techniques combined with creativity and research. One-of-a-kind pieces conveying passion for the past and traditional […]

Venezia

Goldsmiths
Decorative Arts

Attombri

The location is just steps away from the Rialto bridge. It is here that Bastianello Arte, inspired by the great Venetian tradition of, for instance, the iconic moretti, creates unique jewellery in terms of design and elegance, according to age-old techniques combined with creativity and research. One-of-a-kind pieces conveying passion for the past and traditional […]

Venezia

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Vetreria Artistica Fornasier Luigi

A veritable glass chandelier artist, master glassmaker Luigi Fornasier started his glassworks over fifty years ago, and then handed down all his knowledge to his son Fabio, who combines his father’s technical skill and his own innate inquisitiveness which leads him to constantly research different shapes, volumes, colours and finishing details, experimental at times, designed […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Vetreria Artistica Archimede Seguso

When he started his own glassworks at the end of World War Two, Archimede Seguso was already a successful master glassmaker, well-known, since the 1920s, for his sophisticated animal-themed creations. In the 1930s, he created wonderful bullicante and pulegoso glass vases and he specialized in the massello-style sculpture, and then, in the 1950s, he experimented […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Vetreria Anfora

The Ferro family’s furnace has been devoted to the art of glass-making since the 1970s. Known for the production of classic-style artistic glass of the highest quality, the furnace soon made a name for itself on the national and international scene and specialized, later on, owing to its deep knowledge of traditional techniques, in the […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Tiozzo Sergio

Claudio Tiozzo inherited the passion for glass from his father Sergio, among the first to use the ancient murrina technique in a modern way. At the age of eighteen, he took over the management of the workshop, immediately putting his personal mark on the production, with hypnotic creations featuring smooth surfaces and cuts, convexity and […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Scuola Bubacco

It is hard not to find him intent on creating one of his wonderful works of art at his workshop/museum in Murano. Today, just like in 1971, when he was barely fourteen years old and created his first works inspired mostly by classical art, Greek-Roman and Byzantine art, medieval and Renaissance theatre and Commedia dell’Arte. […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Salviati

In 1859, the lawyer from Vicenza Antonio Salviati decided to start Salviati & C., a company specializing in the production of mosaics, enamels and blown glass. Driven by his tireless inquisitive spirit of challenge, Salviati began producing very sophisticated milk glass objects, complex filigree motifs, opalescent glass embellished with floral appliqués and threads of aventurine. […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

NasonMoretti

Currently run by the third-generation members of the Nason family, NasonMoretti has been synonymous with artistic research into glass-making since its establishment in 1923: the cups, glasses and design objects made at its furnace have become symbolic of the art of Venetian table-setting, used by the most prestigious families. Each piece is made by hand, […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Massimo Micheluzzi

Massimo Micheluzzi became interested in glass-making at the historic Venini family’s furnace and, in the late 1990s, he began creating his own works. Since then, his product range has been constantly evolving by exploring new ways to master this material, while remaining faithful to the nature of glass. Alongside his master glassmaker, with whom he […]

Venezia (VE)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Lino Tagliapietra

Lino Tagliapietra’s 75-year-long career has been lived out at the gallery-museum in Murano where he was born and raised. He trained at several of the island’s furnaces, going from apprentice to master at the age of twenty-one to becoming one of the best-known glass artists of our time, working between Venice and Seattle, popular all […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Cesare Toffolo Glass Master

The art of glass-making is truly in Cesare Toffolo’s DNA. Born in Murano into a family of master glassmakers, he learned the secrets of glassblowing as a child. At the age of twenty-one, he had his first public exhibition at Venice’s  Palazzo Cà Vendramin Calergi and, for several decades now, he has been considered to […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Carlo Moretti

The Carlo Moretti factory, established in 1958, creates one-of-a-kind pieces, numbered and signed in a unique artistic style which constantly pursues new languages, a sleek and clean design and sophisticated colours. Its works are featured in permanent collections of the major decorative arts museums worldwide, including Berlin’s Staatliche Museen, the Victoria and Albert Museum of […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Berengo Studio 1989

When contemporary art meets the great masters of Murano glass-making the result is truly amazing. This is what has been happening since 1989 at Berengo Studio, started by Adriano Berengo who picked up the legacy of Peggy Guggenheim and Egidio Costantini and their Furnace of Angels and invites internationally-renowned artists to learn more about this […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Barovier&Toso

Barovier&Toso is the world’s oldest glassworks, founded in 1295 and still based in Murano, since always committed to handing down the local glass-making tradition, while constantly introducing innovations. Its products are timeless masterpieces, unique creations with regard to design, craftsmanship, technology and creativity, a source of inspiration and emotions for seven hundred years. Barovier&Toso collaborates […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Simone Cenedese

Simone Cenedese is enterprising, always on the go and trying out new ideas. He grew up in his father Giovanni’s furnace in Murano, of which he is today the brains and soul. Lighting, furnishing accessories and artistic objects. Over forty dyes based on age-old recipes. Whatever comes out of this furnace is never ordinary. Although […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

I cocci di Maria Giuliana Collu

In her creations, Giuliana Collu combines the passion for clay and for her homeland, Sardinia, of which, through her works, she describes the history and beauty, by drawing inspiration from archaic symbols, the sea’s colors and the textures of soil and landscapes. Entirely molded by hand by using clays in different shades of colors and […]

Selargius (CA)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Artefice Atelier

The story of Artefice Atelier begins with owner Gloria di Modica’s research in painting, sculpture and design. An exploration that has brought her major international recognition and awards. Today, under her direction, several artists in the atelier produce artefacts in the form of ceramics, graphics, engraving and sculpture, designed to decorate contemporary homes. Inspiration translates […]

Ragusa

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramiche Pierluca

For over thirty years, Ceramiche Pierluca has embodied the very best of the celebrated tradition of Albissola Marina, which has long been a place of creativity and passion for art and love of beauty. Founded in 1989, Ceramiche Pierluca has retained its strong ties with and respect for this tradition, combining this with its own […]

Albissola Marina (SV)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Lucia Volentieri – Laboratorio di ceramica

An artisan by passion and vocation, since 1992 Lucia Volentieri has been creating unique designer decor objects that are genuine small-scale sculptures. Expertise and understanding of moulding techniques (sheet, wheel, casting, coiling), but also firing and glazing; a love of the material, imagination and ceaseless research guide her hands as she creates objects in ceramic, […]

Castellina in Chianti (SI)

Florentine-style mosaic
Decorative Arts

La Nuova Musiva

Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna in painting, Lituana di Sabatino later became particularly passionate about the art of mosaics and commesso fiorentino, training at the workshop of master Roberto Marrucci. In 2008 she opened the workshop La Nuova Musiva just outside Florence, followed in 2009 by the opening of the workshop-shop […]

Firenze

Bronze
Brass

Fratelli Ciulli

Just a few dozen metres from Porta San Frediano stands the workshop of the Fratelli Ciulli, specialised in the production and working of objects in iron and brass. Since 1950 the Ciulli brothers have been creating chandeliers, wall lamps, decor accessories and lampstands that bring together the expertise of craft workmanship and aesthetic research. Customers […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Metals

Duccio Banchi

A rare example of expertise handed down from master to apprentice, just like in the ancient Florentine craft workshops. Vasco Cappuccini opened this workshop way back in 1925, and his only student, Lamberto Banchi, took over the business in 1946. Today, the company is run with passion by the latter’s son Duccio, a craftsman in […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Bruno Gambone

His studio expresses the perfect synthesis of art and craftsmanship. Bruno Gambone, son of the father-master who opened this workshop in 1949, has been working intensively on his language since 1969, after several years spent in New York where he frequented artists including Robert Rauschenberg, Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol. The workshop in Via Benedetto […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Studio d’arte ceramica Landi

Master of the decorative art of porcelain, since 1974 Lucciano Landi has been running his own ceramic art studio in a picturesque corner of a timeless Florence, where he experiments techniques and materials. Watching him, it is impossible not to be captivated by the emotional spell of the workshop where the artist appears to speak […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

NicolaMoretti

After thirty years of experience in glass processing and with a very long family tradition dating back to the second half of the nineteenth century, the brothers Alberto and Nicola Moretti founded in 2013 a dynamic and competent company, specialized in murrino glass processing and glass casting. The company NicolaMoretti, specialized in the production of […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Paper

Impresa Sociale Magnani Pescia

Founded in 2018, the Impresa Sociale Magnani Pescia is a young reality, but with solid roots, which retrace the history back to the fifteenth century, bringing back to life a tradition that is also linked to the important Paper Museum of Pescia, promoter of the Company. The workshop is dedicated to the production of hand […]

Pescia, loc. Pietrabuona (PT)

Furnishing objects
Decorative Arts

Romoli illuminazione

Two brothers with a passion for metals and everything that can be derived from them in terms of home decor. Daniele and Chiara, artisans with their hands the first, with the designs and the choice of materials the second. The inspiration for the models winks at the retro lines of the ’30s and ’40s, but […]

Grassina (FI)

Decorative Arts
Paper

Toscolano 1381

Marco Castellini, member of IAPMA (International Association of Paper Makers and Artists), today is the only Master Papermaker to carry on the tradition of Toscolano, an ancient Italian papermaking centre of 14th century origin. His activity takes place in the papermaking laboratory of Toscolano Maderno, on Lake Garda, where he produces handmade paper daily, combining […]

Toscolano Maderno (BS)

Decorative Arts
Metals

Antonino Sciortino

A former industrial area filled with showrooms and, at the end of the garden, a truly special workshop: the headquarters of Antonino Sciortino, an artist-craftsman who specializes in wirework and creates highly original furnishing objects, from tables to lamps, from chairs to bookcases. Born the youngest of nine children, he began working at a very […]

Milano

Decorative Arts
Fashion

Sartoria Vestrucci

At nine years old, Loris Vestrucci decided that he wanted to become a tailor. Starting from the bottom, he learnt from the tailoring maestro Mealli before becoming a superb apprentice. It was his mentor Giuntini that taught him how to cut fabric and to master the subtleties and refinements of the Florentine sartorial school, that […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Fashion

BeGiuls

Creating things by hand is a passion deeply rooted in Giuliana Becattini, a born-and-bred Florentine and fashion designer, who started an atelier in the Oltrarno area in 2011, where she designs unique spare-styled female clothing. Handmade clothing with a contemporary appeal, for a stylish everyday look but, at the same time, owing to the use […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Leather

Pelletteria Artigiana Viviani

Pelletteria Artigiana Viviani has roots in the great Florentine artisan tradition of leather-making. Renato Viviani opened his workshop and boutique in the centre of Florence in 1965 after spending years mastering his craft, first in Guccio Gucci’s workshop in the 1920s and later in Buenos Aires in the ‘30s, ‘40s and ‘50s, where he became […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Leather

Furò e Punteruolo

Needles, awls, hammers, pliers and hole punches. It only takes a glance to see that this laboratory is run by experts who really know all the secrets of leathercraft. All their creations – belts, wallets, bucket bags, laptop cases – are cut by Paolo Fattori and sewn by his wife Luisa, using exclusively leathers tanned […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Leather

Fratelli Peroni

This artisan leather company dates from 1956. The third Peroni generation, Maurizio and Marco, keep the professionalism and manual skills of their predecessors alive today, with the added value of creativity and innovation. Over 1,500 items are made strictly by hand and most of them are without stitching thanks to the ancient shaping technique of […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Jewelry and Watches

Takirai DESIGN

Contemporary art you can wear. After graduating from university in the United States, in 1995, Yoko moved to Florence, where she honed her creativity at the school Le Arti Orafe. In 2002, she founded the contemporary jewellery company Takirai Design. Soon thereafter, she partnered with Pietro Pellitteri, designer and art director at Pellitteri Design. Together, […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Jewelry and Watches

Idrus Gioielli

Stunning design and artisan skills, the past and the present, are blended to perfection in the hands of Alessandro Barellini: his jewelry is a triumphant cross between experimentation and tradition, as can be seen in his studio boutique in Lungarno Guicciardini, where he has been creating and experimenting since 1999. Just like his jewels, Alessandro […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Jewelry

Cristiano Pierazzuoli

In his workshop, a stone’s throw away from the Basilica of Santo Spirito and from Palazzo Pitti, Cristiano Pierazzuoli has been creating works straddling the border between art and jewelry since a young age. Each piece is crafted directly from the materials, without the use of any preparatory designs. 18 carat gold and precious stones […]

Firenze


Home Decor

Argenteria Donato Zaccaro

A wide range of silverware such as bowls, candlesticks and sugar dispensers, made according to Florence’s artisan traditions, and a comprehensive line-up of traditional Jewish objects. Situated in the magical Sdrucciolo de’ Pitti, Argenteria Donato Zaccaro was founded as a craft workshop in 1969 and has since expanded its production, making items in 800 and […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Wood

Zouganista

In 2007 Takafumi Mochizuki left the Land of the Rising Sun to move to Florence. After studying furniture restoration for some years he opened his own workshop, becoming the “Zouganista”, from “zougan”, marquetry in Japanese. Because this is his greatest passion: leaving his mark on the wood, creating decorative objects with attractive lines, with curvilinear […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Ceramic

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 […]

Firenze

Ceramic decorations
Ceramic

L’arco azzurro

Alberto Giampieri is the whole package when it comes to ceramics. As a child, he began experimenting with moulding his toys, before growing up and transforming his passion into a profession. He trained with several Florentine masters, but he is primarily self-taught. Since 2011, he’s worked in his own workshop, crafting elegant majolica vases and […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Metals

Simoncini Studio

Since 1960, the Simoncini firm has been making bronze and brass castings in Volterra, the city where more than 2,000 years ago, the highly specialized workshop was located, once Etruria, today Tuscany. The pieces range from furnishing accessories to sculptures, collectibles and art reproductions. The Simoncini family is descended from the sculptor Francesco Simoncini and […]

Volterra

Decorative Arts
Metals

Zanetto Argenti

A laboratory where artistic objects are crafted from noble metals for the decoration of rooms and tables. Founded in 1963, the company boasts more than half a century of experience and makes use of the most talented Italian workers in the silver sector to produce innovative objects featuring sophisticated design. By skillfully combining the most […]

Albignasego (PD)

Decorative Arts
Paper

AtelierGK Firenze

AtelierGK Firenze was established in 2010 by Lapo Giannini and Michiko Kuwata, integrating six generations of family history and over twenty years of experience in bookbinding, conservation and crafting of novelty items. In their works, traditional Florentine techniques merge with the simplicity and essentiality typical of Japanese culture. Objects created ex novo or restored, where […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Pottery

RossoRamina

“Making the beautiful useful”, creating objects that serve both functional and decorative purposes is the mission of Stefano Gambogi and Federica Cipriani, two young ceramists who specialize in the production of tableware, furnishing objects, washbasins and lighting design. Most of the products are made of majolica and are entirely designed and made by hand, from […]

Segromigno in Piano (LU)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Laboratorio Paravicini

This creative workshop was established in the early 1990s for the purpose of creating plates that would bring back to everyday mealtimes the atmosphere and warmth lost to industrial chinaware. In addition to plates, the workshop creates coffee and tea sets, flowerpot holders, vases, tiles, candlesticks, centerpieces and customized gifts in thin, white ceramic biscuit, […]

Milano

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramiche artistiche Vignoli

Ivana and Saura Vignoli started their artistic ceramics workshop in 1976. Shapes and decorations are rooted in Faenza’s rich pottery tradition, but they are also inspired by Mediterranean styles, with special interest in Islamic, Spanish, Moresque, Roman and Byzantine culture. The use of the uncommon blast-fire reduction technique allows them to make the ceramics, which […]

Faenza (RA)

Decorative Arts
Wood

Tarsie Turri

For over fifty years, Carlo and Rita Turri have been making works of intarsia by combining the Renaissance style and contemporary craftwork trends. Their manual processing techniques are based on traditional Italian craftsmanship and manufacturing skills, which are associated with beauty, elegance and prestige all over the world. By using natural woods- from the finest […]

Anagni (FR)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Linea Sette Ceramiche

Giuseppe Bucco and Flavio Cavalli create their products by using glazed stoneware, which is an amazingly resistant and waterproof ceramic material, used to make vases, trays, bottles, human and animal figurines. The engobe decoration is composed of clay mixed with metallic oxides, dyes and flux substances combined with siliceous sand to give the artifacts the […]

Marostica (VI)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Marino Moretti Studio d’Arte

Tradition and experimentation. This is the combination that gives life to the works by Marino Moretti, a skillful ceramist who creates finely crafted artifacts featuring a very unique style, bright colors and amazing subjects. Marino uses several different techniques, such as majolica, engobe, bucchero, and enamels, colored crystallines and oxides of various kinds. In addition […]

Orvieto (TR)

Decorative Arts
Stone

Peotta Bruno & Geom. Luigi

Started in the early 1900s, the Peotta Bruno workshop creates and exports across the world elegant hand-carved sculptures in Vicenza stone. The company is currently run by the fourth generation of a family of skilled sculptors and boasts a collection of over 2,500 items. Refined and innovative artifacts for both indoor and outdoor use. Tradition […]

Alte Ceccato - Montecchio Maggiore (VI)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Orviet’Anna Ceramiche

In her workshop just steps away from the beautiful Duomo of Orvieto, ceramist Anna Spallaccia creates perfect and sophisticated replicas of items made in the area in the Middle Ages, in particular, between the 1200s and 1300s: plates, glasses, jugs, vases, cups decorated with subjects (kings and queens, animals, acanthus…) and colors (manganese and copper […]

Orvieto (TR)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Buccheri Antonio Rossi

Based in the heart of Gubbio, this historic workshop has been creating pottery for over 50 years by using the ancient Etruscan technique called bucchero, a traditional method rediscovered by Antonio Maria Rossi and now skillfully carried on by his son Gaetano. Every piece, which is made on a wheel, is polished with wood to […]

Gubbio (PG)

Decorative Arts
Wood

VmDesign Langhe

The small VmGuarene Workshop is the place where tradition and innovation, the passion for wood and for design blend wonderfully. It specializes in the production of solid wood chopping boards of the highest quality. Handcrafted artifacts created by using the engraving and inlay techniques on locally sourced woods and inspired by shapes and models of […]

Guarene (CN)

Decorative Arts
Paper

Legatoria Moderna di Eva Seminara

A business located in the heart of Udine. Started in 1966 inside Palazzo Brazzà by three women, the workshop has been run by Eva Seminara since 1999. She is passionately fond of the traditional artisan atmosphere that fills her  bookbinder’s workshop, but she also added a creative and modern touch which has made the business […]

Udine

Decorative Arts
Wood

Falegnameria Giacomo Oleandro

Giacomo Oleandro’s workshop is based in Florence, in the picturesque Santo Spirito neighborhood. A skillful and passionate artisan whose family has been working wood for three generations, Giacomo creates period furniture and reproductions of antique furniture of the highest craftsmanship and taste, but also custom-made and modern-style pieces. Our modern-day fast-paced lifestyle has not persuaded […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Decorations

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 […]

Caselle di Selvazzano (PD)

Florentine-style mosaic
Decorative Arts

Pitti Mosaici

Pitti Mosaici was started by Ilio de Filippis who, after having trained at his father’s marble workshop in Venafro, near Isernia, opened his own place in Florence in the early eighties. Ilio is one of the few remaining artisans who still practices the age-old Florentine art of semi-precious stone mosaic-making. Over the years, many young […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Metals

Il Bronzetto

Lighting and furnishing objects made of brass, copper and bronze by skillful artisans. The workshop, which was started in 1963, has been able to keep in step with market trends over the years, becoming well-known both in Italy and abroad. Every object is the result of experience and deep knowledge of materials and processing techniques. […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Wood

Framondi

A passionate restorer and cabinet-maker, Francesca Mondini creates wooden works of art with artisan methods. Every creation is unique of its kind and is made by blending different types of wood, which bring natural color to the surface. The types of wood are sourced all over the world, from controlled and protected forests, and are […]

Milano

Decorative Arts
Stone

Arte 2000

Arte 2000 is an artisan business which has been producing fine marble artifacts for 30 years. The artistic processing of this precious material requires experience, skill and passion, the key ingredients in any creative job. The company creates furnishing objects unique of their kind, exclusive items which are perfect to decorate both indoor and outdoor […]

Colle Umberto (TV)

Decorative Arts
Stone

Alessandro Marzetti

Alessandro Marzetti’s alabaster sculptures, which he calls Stone Drawings, are made by using age-old techniques and feature an elegant thread-like appearance, light and airy. A sort of sculptural handwriting in which strips of worked material draw shapes suspended in space and enclosed in thin cubic cages, which are not seen as oppressive structures, but as […]

Volterra (PI)

Decorative Arts
Metals

Fonderia Artistica Battaglia

Fonderia Battaglia has been casting in bronze for the greatest twentieth-century and contemporary artists since 1913. Battaglia’s artisans make use of a process that dates back to nearly 5,000 years ago: lost-wax casting. In addition to artisan skill and tradition, the foundry is committed to constant research work on bronze-related techniques, such as the experimentation […]

Milano

Decorative Arts
Metals

Fabbro Ferraio di Filippo Quochi

The heir to a family of master blacksmiths for three generations, Filippo Quochi boasts a twenty-year experience in the iron-working field. His accurately detailed work and creative skills have transformed a job into an art form. He creates beautiful sculptures featuring plays of symmetry and balance and a great sense of proportion and beauty. Portions […]

Livorno

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramiche Fusari

Located in Orvieto’s wonderful historic center, the Fusari family’s workshop is currently run by Barbara, founders Giorgio and Giuliana Fusari’s daughter. As she grew up surrounded by ceramics and colors, what started as a game soon turned into a passion and then into a job. Barbara creates ceramics inspired by the local medieval and Renaissance […]

Orvieto

Decorative Arts
Paper

Picta Lab

Picta Lab is an artisan business that specializes in interior decorating and finishing. Among the techniques it makes use of are trompe l’oeil, stucco, French-polishing and imitation marble, which have been gracing private homes and public places, both in Italy and abroad, for over ten years. In 2014, Picta Lab began designing, producing and marketing […]

Milano

Decorative Arts
Wood

Pasquini Marino

The Pasquini Marino company was established in the late fifties in Bovolone, a well-known classic furniture manufacturing area near Verona. It designs and produces unique objects in fine solid wood with artisan methods. The family business is now run by the founder’s children, Remo and Paola. Remo’s passion for the food-and-wine business has led the […]

Bovolone (VR)

Decorative Arts
Stone

Paolo Sabatini

Located just steps away from Volterra’s Etruscan gate is the workshop of Paolo Sabatini, a true master of the art of alabaster carving. Anything can be a source of inspiration for his creations, from a simple scrawl to a beautiful bronze statuette from the Etruscan Museum. Paolo Sabatini makes use of pieces of wood and […]

Volterra (PI)

Decorative Arts
Stone

Cusenza Marmi

Cusenza Marmi is an artisan business that specializes in inlaid marble work, both high and low-relief. It was established in 1970, in the Erice area, in Western Sicily, which has been known for marble quarrying and processing for centuries. The works, which range from sculptures to furniture to sacred art, are inspired by the Sicilian […]

Valderice (TP)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramica Bontempo di Amato Bontempo

Amato Bontempo, the heir to a family of master ceramists since 1862, creates traditional handmade and hand-painted Abruzzian pottery in his workshop. He specializes in tableware and homeware decorated with classic and modern-style motifs. Delicate works of art that grace the homes of aristocrats and luxury hotels, both in Italy and abroad. Among Bontempo’s signature decorations […]

Francavilla al Mare (CH)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Seguso Vetri d’Arte – Murano dal 1397

In business in Murano since 1397, the Seguso family creates true works of art in glass. Craftsmanship and passion have been handed down through 23 generations, giving shape to precious creations that for six centuries have been adorning royal houses, mansions, the Vatican, prestigious hotels and theatres. Today Seguso Vetri d’Arte continues to be a […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Bottega Vestita

That of Cosimo Vestita is a trua passion for pottery, handed down from father to son. A long family tradition whose origins are lost in the depths of time. Collector of antique ceramics, he has rediscovered lost ancient shapes that were typical of the Grottaglie area, renewing them just enough to make traditional creations that […]

Grottaglie (TA)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Vetreria Pino Signoretto di Signoretto Giuseppe

The heritage of Pino Signoretto, author of sculptures exhibited in important museums around the world, began to work around the glass kiln when he was just 9 years of age and he immediately loved glass and its world. In his long career, he has collaborated with important artists and architects such as Picasso, Dalì, Vedova, […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Stone

Sassi in miniatura

A scale model reproduction of the Matera Sassi quarter has been the main activity of this workshop located in the historic centre of Matera since the start of the 1990s. They are unique pieces that charm both the tourists and the residents: for the latter, they have become a traditional gift. The workshop also makes […]

Matera

Decorative Arts
Mosaic

Petris Luciano Mosaici

After graduating from the well-known school for mosaicists in the Friuli region, Luciano Petris opened his workshop in Codroipo in 1980. His endeavours cover a vast range of activities: design and reproduction of artistic mosaics of modern and contemporary inspiration, in particular; production of furnishings and facings, using Venetian enamel and marble as well as […]

Codroipo (UD)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Grazia Maioliche

While the tradition of ceramics production in Deruta dates back to the 13th century, participation of the Grazia family began in the 16th century, which still represents five centuries of history and important international collaborations along the way. From the clay to the finished object, every phase is completely hand made. Knowledge and technique have […]

Deruta (PG)

Decorative Arts
Wood

Drechslerei Fritz

Old trees are not only made of firewood. They often conceal a nice wooden ball, an extraordinary dish or an exquisite wooden bowl. Being able to extract these items from the wood is Drechslerei Fritz’s great skill. Products of all shapes, from the more common to the more unusual, characterised by soft, rounded lines. The […]

Sarentino (BZ)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramiche Mazzotti

The Ceramiche Mazzotti company is a family tradition that dates back to 1903. Artistic ceramics made according to the strict decorative and moulding techniques that have characterised Albisola’s pottery since 1500. Furnishings, tableware, decorative panels, lamps and favours. Refined creations entirely shaped by hand from grey clay, painted by hand and depicting traditional subjects in […]

Albissola Marina (SV)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramica Gatti 1928

The Bottega Gatti was founded in Faenza in 1928 by the painter, sculptor and ceramist Riccardo Gatti. In that same year, Riccardo Gatti approached the Futurist Movement and created a series of pottery objects on the basis some of his models and those of some of the important members of the artistic group, such as […]

Faenza (RA)

Decorative Arts
Paper

Giulio Giannini e Figlio

Masters of book-binding and paper-marbling with over 150 years of experience. It all began with Pietro Giannini, who opened a small shop in Piazza Pitti in 1856. Then his son, Giulio Senior’s, parchment binding marked an era, determining what in the history of Italian binding is known as the Florentine style. Still today the activities […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Eugenio Ferro Vetreria Artistica

Glassworks Eugenio Ferro has been producing artistic glassware since 1929, by using the sophisticated techniques introduced by the company’s founders, Eugenio Ferro and Giovanni Lazzarini. Currently run by their heirs, the company produces modern-style and traditional artistic glassware and mosaic glass. These one-of-a-kind pieces are made by three master glass-makers, heirs to local Murano families, […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Wood

Leandro Favre

Born into a family of sabot-makers, the Favre brothers joined their father’s business in the sixties by taking part in the Fiera dell’Orso, a very popular crafts fair held in the Val d’Aosta region. They combine their artisan skill and passion for the typical shoes of Val d’Aosta with the management of a local farm. […]

Ivrea

Decorative Arts
Metals

Virgadamo Mario

The firm has an ancient tradition dating back to 1500. In 1700, according to historical records, this direction was taken by the Mulè family. Bronze bells are made by hand and on commission both for churches and for private individuals. In addition to the traditional bells, it also makes tuned concert bells, made according to […]

Burgio (AG)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Alessi Giacomo Ceramiche Artistiche

In Giacomo Alessi’s soul is the tradition of ceramics in Caltagirone, which from the year one thousand has been producing ceramics typical of this area. But the Master has gone beyond this tradition, to recreate his ceramics with a highly personal flair and style. The shop carries mostly household items, and it is in the […]

Caltagirone (CT)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramiche Sammartino e Delfino

The workshop of Sammartino & Delfino, housed in an old eighteenth-century building, has contributed to Caltagirone’s reputation as the Lady of Colors. It offers classic ceramics, whose shapes, colors and patterns are enhanced by the modern creativity of the master ceramic-makers who work in the workshop. All ceramic objects are made by hand and all […]

Caltagirone (CT)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Iudici Ceramiche

This is the longest running manufacturer in Sicily, and for nine generations it has been making ceramics. The records in Alessandro Iudici’s possession trace the business back to at least 1693. At the time the factory made mostly brick and tiles, and in the 1800s the factory enjoyed a certain splendour, but the real boom […]

Caltagirone (CT)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

La Fornace del Bucchero

The building that houses the workshop is charming itself: a small church dating back to 1188, dedicated to St. Nicolò, which was deconsecrated in 1825. Marisa Brancaleoni began creating highly artistic objects by specializing in the reproduction of the Etruscan bucchero. Her son, Francesco Morelli, followed in her footsteps and carries on this ceramic-making technique […]

Gubbio (PG)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Il Bottegaccio di Daddiego Mario & C.

Mario Daddiego is a skilled craftsman and an expert in various techniques, first and foremost, ceramics and paper art. Since childhood he has been using and experimenting with these mediums, and has also taught them for more than 10 years. The specialty of his shop in the heart of Matera? Typical local traditional ceramics, but […]

Matera

Decorative Arts
Paper

Cartapesta di Marco Epicochi

Lecce and papier-mâché, a combination whose origins date back to the distant 1700s, today is revived in the workshop of Marco Epicochi, multi-talented artist and teacher. Marco embraces and makes the Lecce tradition his own, creating splendid statues of various sizes, made with skill and care, and characterized by his unmistakable style and unique expressiveness. […]

Lecce

Decorative Arts
Paper

Mario Di Donfrancesco

Mario Di Donfrancesco creates unique works in his papier maché workshop in Lecce. Qualified by the Superintendency of Fine Arts, he also does delicate restoration work. A considerable number of his restored and newly made works can be found in various parts of Italy, Malta, Germany, the United States, and France. Di Donfrancesco produces a […]

Lecce

Decorative Arts
Paper

Bottega della cartapesta

Santino Merico has been working in his Lecce workshop since 1982. There he creates sacred figures, performs restoration work and creates various objects. He makes his pieces on a base, a mannequin made of straw and iron, then covers it in papier maché and delicately paints it. Together with the wide range of products already […]

Lecce

Decorative Arts
Stone

Casa d’Arte Lando Landi

Statues of all sizes, nativity scenes from 11 to 160 cm: at the Casa d’Arte professor Lando Landi has been a supplier for the best religious shops in Italy and in the world and the religious institutions for more than 80 years. The smallest statues are made of solid resin, the others of fibre glass […]

Lucca

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Sil.Va Ceramica

In the entrance hall of the Palazzo Crescimanno Gravina, one of the most important buildings in old Caltagirone, is the workshop where Sil.Va ceramics are made. It is a fascinating place where the artisans bring to life objects for interior design, customized tableware, the figures typical of the tradition of Caltagirone, but especially the floor […]

Caltagirone (CT)

Decorative Arts
Paper

Sandro Tiberi

Sandro Tiberi is a skilled craftsman with a passion for paper: in his workshop he produces various things. His lamps are very evocative, and made with the technique of filigree. Each type of paper is created completely by hand, using only high quality raw materials, carefully refined to meet all needs, including those who use […]

Fabriano (AN)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramiche De Simone

The aristocratic and master ceramic-maker from Palermo Giovanni De Simone stood out among other local artisans for his ability in combining artwork, inspired by artists of the caliber of Picasso, Matisse, Leger and Klee, and the Sicilian pottery tradition. The current owners have been pursuing the workshop founder’s philosophy from the outset: creativity and quality, […]

Catania

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Balbi Art Glass

Balbi Art Glass is a glass workshop where stemware, jewellery, sculptures and decorative glass objects are made, but also a real art gallery exhibiting creations by other artists, whether working in glass or not, a tribute to the true essence of high-quality Venetian craftsmanship. This is the realm of Igor Balbi, inventor of the a […]

Venezia

Decorative Arts
Paper

La Cartapesta di Rosaria Pallara

A stone’s throw from the Cathedral of Lecce, in the courtyard of a charming sixteenth century building, you can admire the beautiful papier maché creations of Rosaria Pallara, expert artisan, who, fully respecting the Lecce tradition, creates statues and objects of various kinds, from the sacred to the profane. Some of her most outstanding pieces, […]

Lecce

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramiche Artistiche di Francesco Navanzino

The starting point for Francesco Navanzino’s firm, in 1974, was certainly the study and interpretation of the acanthus of the Royal School of Ceramics in Caltagirone. This passion for tradition still remains but is combined with the quest for contemporary forms and colours, also working with ideas from private customers and designers. The workshop uses […]

Caltagirone (CT)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramiche artistiche Branciforti

Andrea Branciforti describes his workshop, where he creates furniture, tableware and lava stone coverings, as a place of cross-genre creativity. A forty-year experience in the field combined with the use of centuries-old traditions. Artists, designers, customers and friends, all leave a sign of their passage, in particular, in the modern collection, produced under the brand […]

Caltagirone (CT)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramica ND Dolfi

For three generations the Dolfi family has been producing ceramics, making everything in the workshop according to the traditional rules of artistic majolica. Vases for furnishing, lamp bases, wall plates and table plates in traditional style, but also in a more contemporary taste. In addition to the products created by the inspiration of master potters, […]

Montelupo Fiorentino (Fi)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

L’Antica Casteldurante

In the Antica Casteldurante, Gilberto Galavotti and Giuliano Smacchia, two ceramic artists specialized in traditional 16th century maijolica, work side by side, combining their experience and expertise to create works that have a personal touch. Together, they look for the right shapes, the ancient decorations and glazes. They have a very extensive production which includes […]

Urbania (PU)

Decorative Arts
Stone

Romano Bianchi

From the quarry to the customer: the objects made by Romano Bianchi and his son Roberto are 100% Volterra, given that the quarry is owned by the family. The firm was founded in 1959 by Romano Bianchi, a graduate and art teacher at the School of Art in Volterra. Today, the workshop specializes in making […]

Volterra (PI)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Fratelli Tosi

The Venetian Renaissance tradition of glass-making is carried on with skill and craftsmanship by the Tosi Brothers, the third-generation members of a family of artisans. The founder of the family, Romano Tosi, in the 1900s, quit his job as master glass-maker to devote himself to the art of Venetian mirror-making. Today, his grandchildren, Mirco and […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Berengo Studio&Gallery

Berengo Studio is an absolutely original workshop in the glassworks field: since the eighties, it has been gathering various artists who, with the help of master glass-makers, have transformed their pictorial works into glass sculptures. Decorative works of art as well as functional objects and translation of different artistic languages. Popular with collectors from all […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Matteo Seguso Incisore d’Arte su Vetro

Using the ancient and traditional engraving technique, with fixed lathes and interchangeable spindles, Matteo Seguso endows the glass object with the qualities of a work of art. After learning the method from his father, over the years he has specialized in the technique of beating and grinding. All the craft work, executed exclusively with manual […]

Murano (VE)

Decorative Arts
Paper

Antica Legatoria Piazzesi

The Piazzesi Bookbinding business began in 1890 with the art of covering everyday objects with stylish decorations stamped by hand. The workshop was bought by the Piazzesi family only a few years later. It was a true salon of writers, artists, aristocrats, religious men, businessmen, intellectuals and fine craftsmen, and even today it is confirmed […]

Venezia

Decorative Arts
Cutlery

Fogarizzu

The outstanding personal qualities, combined with the solid family tradition, make Piero Fogarizzu an experienced Master cutler. The Fogarizzu family have been making magnificent handcrafted Sardinian knives for four generations now. Faithful to the ancient tradition of ‘frailalzuor’ of the Sardinian blacksmiths, Piero does not fail to endow his creations with his personal touch. In […]

Pattada (SS)

Decorative Arts
Metals

Coltellerie Paolucci

In Paolucci’s workshop, one can still smell the odours and hear the sounds that up until 10 or so years ago were typical of the city of Frosolone, where the art of forging has very distant origins. Experience has been handed down from father to son, and makes it possible for them to produce the […]

Frosolone (IS)

Decorative Arts
Wood

Buonaccorsi Ebanisti

For over 50 years, the Buonaccorsi cabinet makers have been producing furnishings and custom furniture, thanks to its collaboration with architecture firms. In 1961, Dino began his career in a small workshop in Lucca, where he became an expert carver. When his children, Marco, Luca and Tiziana joined the company, and with the advent of […]

Guamo Capannori (LU)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Angelo Sciannella Ceramiche Artistiche

Angelo Sciannella trained as a ceramist in Castelli, Abruzzo, an important and ancient ceramics centre. In 1962, he moved to Oristano, where he skilfully blends the tradition of his land with the local tradition. Also involved in teaching, he creates works characterized by ongoing technical experimentation, where modernity and tradition come together harmoniously, resulting in […]

Cabras (OR)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramiche Condò

We are located in Gerace, a beautiful town in Calabria in the Aspromonte National Park. In this workshop you can find hand-crafted items such as furnishings, light fittings or gifts: a wide range of stylish and refined accessories where the classic and the modern meet in a blend of styles. The main ranges include: Fantasia, […]

Gerace (RC)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Liberati Ceramiche d’Arte

We are in the home of the craftsman and artist Giuseppe Liberati, who, with his creativity, continues the Abruzzo tradition and art of pottery. The most traditional products are made with a very refined technique, a special study of the shape, colour and decoration, and reflects the best regional tradition, while the more creative products […]

Villamagna (CH)

Decorative Arts
Wood

Massimo Casiello

An interest that has become a real passion that of Massimo Casiello in his wood-crafting atelier, enclosed in the magical setting of the Sassi. All the work is done by hand using techniques such as turning, engraving and sculpting, and the material reveals its amazing natural beauty every time. In the cherished atelier-workshop, you can […]

Matera

Decorative Arts
Metals

Picchiani e Barlacchi

Since 1902 Picchiani e Barlacchi have been making artistic medals using traditional techniques: anniversaries, awards and any event can be a pretext for the creation of a small jewel or medal. Recently, the company has been devoting the same craftsmanship and attention to the creation of small accessories and silver jewellery. Everything is designed and […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Este Ceramiche Porcellane

Following the local tradition of ceramic-making, in the late 1700s goldsmith and intaglio artist Girolamo Franchini began researching the porcelain-making process, which was very fashionable in Europe at the time. In 1955, the Florentine Giovanni Battista Giorgini, the man who launched Italian high fashion throughout the world and supported the “marriage” of fashion and design, […]

Padova

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Il Pesce Rosso Ceramiche

Moulding, throwing and hand-painted decoration: all this is done in the workshop in Bassano del Grappa which for 13 years has hosted the activities of Il Pesce Rosso. Original drawings on pottery and earthenware, customization and bespoke packaging. Il Pesce Rosso has chosen the path of craftsmanship and biocompatibility: in fact, it uses only high-quality […]

Bassano del Grappa (VI)

Decorative Arts
Wood

Les Amis du Bois

A small company that carries on the woodworking tradition of the Valle d’Aosta. This tradition is respected not only in the techniques used in the workshop, found in the village of Introd, but also in the objects produced: Les Amis du Bois is, in fact, specialized in making wooden objects and, in particular, in the […]

Introd (AO)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Studio Moretti Caselli

Studio Moretti Caselli was started in 1859 by Francesco Moretti. Since then, the workshop has been creating stained-glass windows by using ancient techniques. The family members who have joined the business over the decades have proved all their love of this art, by preserving machinery and tools, still in working order, and have created a […]

Perugia

Decorative Arts
Wood

Georg Demetz

Georg Demetz is passionate about an art that his family has pursued for four generations: after studying sculpture at the Art Institute of Ortisei, he practised with different masters to achieve the title of master sculptor in 1987 and work in his own workshop in Ortisei. He is specialised in small sculptures, in particular religious […]

Ortisei (BZ)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Materia Ceramica

After having studied at the Academy of Fine Arts of Perugia and trained at Guido Montanari’s workshop in Deruta, Maria Antonietta Taticchi devoted herself to the creation of one-of-a-kind pieces, promotion of ceramic-making and of her hometown. She was awarded public recognition and has had her works shown across the world. A visit to her […]

Perugia

Decorative Arts
Stone

ProgettoArte

The ProgettoArte began about 15 years ago in a very picturesque location, a cave of the famous Sassi of Matera, specifically to restore this precious Heritage. Today ProgettoArte, while remaining active in this area, produces lighting fixtures, building products, furniture and ornaments made from tuff. Each product is made by hand by craftsmen, along with […]

Matera

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Mariotti

All the magic of glass is blended together at the customer’s request at the Vetreria Mariotti. Stained glass, glass furniture, objects, lighting equipment, but also technical glass such as tables and crystal banisters. To create the latter, the techniques used are the most advanced and modern, while traditional ones are still used for creating artistic […]

Prato

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Poggi Ugo

The kiln, with an adjoining quarry, is one of the oldest and largest in the area, actually dating back to 1300. Since 1919 it has been owned by the Poggi family, and from producing bricks, tiles, bowls, and urns for oil, it has expanded rapidly to all forms of garden furnishings. Today, customers can buy […]

Impruneta (FI)

Decorative Arts
Wood

Leone Cornici

A point of reference for collectors and antique dealers, private customers and museums: the Leone workshop makes and restores frames according to the fourteenth-century techniques. Frames, mirrors and tabernacles in any style. Built with old wood, hand-carved, the gold plating is done in gouache only with pure gold leaf, and the colours are made only […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramiche d’Arte Ammannati A & G

Bringing the Renaissance to life is the aim of this relatively young workshop, with a twenty-year history in a land with a long tradition in ceramics. The choice of Ceramiche d’Arte Ammannati is a decisive one: only handmade and hand-painted art ceramics. The workshops reproduces works from the past, but above all it gives life […]

Montespertoli (FI)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Virginia Casa

Earth, pigments, fire and skilled hands. This is the secret of Virginia Casa’s factory, from which come from over forty ceramic objects for furnishing the home and setting the table. So many lines, from country chic to classic and neoclassic styles, from baroque to minimalism, all made with the manual techniques of the ancient art […]

Montespertoli - Loc. Anselmo (FI)

Decorative Arts
Wood

Longo Arte

The Longo family’s activity in the field of antique reproduction furniture began in 1974 with Giuseppe, an expert carpenter and restorer. He then passed down this art to his son Gabriele, who over time became a sculptor as well as carver. Today the workshop deals mainly with the restoration of furniture, windows and doors, as […]

Cortona (AR)

Decorative Arts
Metals

Roberto Ziranu Rilessi di ferro

With five generations of family expertise behind him, Roberto Ziranu is a true expert in hand-crafting metals. His works have the technical perfection of one who knows all the secrets of this profession. However, at the same time, they are striking for their creativity and innovation. All the processes are done by hand, the techniques […]

Nuoro

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramiche Artistiche di Margherita G. Pilloni

The Ceramiche Artistiche workshop was born in 1984 from Margherita Giovanna Pilloni’s passion for working with ceramics. Teacher and skilful artisan, she makes objects that are connected with the Oristano tradition, but reinterpreted in a modern key. Beautiful ornaments mainly created under commission from a customer: plates, vases, bowls and many other items made of […]

Oristano

Decorative Arts
Metals

Bottega del ferro battuto

Since 1977 in Turin, Mastro Corradin has been working in the beautiful setting of the medieval village within the Parco del Valentino. In addition to focusing on the production and restoration of objects in forged iron, he works with colleagues and craftsmen specialized in the working of other materials, such as wood, stone, glass, ceramics, […]

Torino

Decorative Arts
Metals

Artigianato Artistico Cav. D’Aloise

The current D’Aloise handicraft company is a family tradition with over a century of history. Its roots, linked to an artisan workshop that produced scales, date back to the late 1800s. Currently it is mainly devoted to the production of copper, brass and wrought iron objects (lamps, chandeliers and fireplace accessories, such as andirons, fireplace […]

Agnone (IS)

Decorative Arts
Stone

F.lli Ferrari

Soapstone is a ductile and malleable rock found in deposits above 1,300 meters. This grey-whitish colored rock is the ideal material for the construction of stone stoves. Fabrizio and Claudio carry on this tradition deeply rooted in the Val d’Aosta region and practiced since the 1700s, by using the processing techniques they learnt from their […]

Pont-saint-martin (AO)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Rampini

Three generations have worked in the Rampini workshop, where majolica tableware and furnishing objects are created, both classic and contemporary-style, with the frequent collaboration of designers and artists. Among the most popular themes are Gubbio and its history, medieval illuminations, classical mythology, nature, Umbrian saints. The objects are all one-of-a-kind pieces, being 100% handmade and […]

Gubbio (PG)

Decorative Arts
Scagliola

Atelier Bianco Bianchi

The art of scagliola is a traditional method of creating imitation marble and semi-precious stones. It is, thus, the art of creating inlaid works by mixing colored pigments, natural glues and selenite powder with water. It is a technique that became very popular in the 1600s and enjoyed a revival in the 1940s thanks to […]

Pontassieve (FI)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramiche Artistiche Molaroni

Molaroni Artistic Ceramics is a centuries-old tradition founded by Vincenzo Molaroni, a shrewd businessman and keen chemist, who, taking advantage of skilled workers and using colours of his own invention, made Molaroni majolica a symbol of elegance and refinement. With the passage of time the production and selection expanded, but the processing techniques remain the […]

Pesaro (PU)

Decorative Arts
Metals

Giacomo Filippini

Giacomo Filipini’s works are the result of experiments, studies and hard work, but also an innate curiosity. Stimulated by a dynamic and multifaceted artistic environment, he gained experience in various techniques, only to find in working in iron a privileged form of expression, which distinguishes him on the contemporary art scene. His works show the […]

Flero (BS)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Fratrizia Glass

Patrizia Brancaleone, glassmaker since 1986, is a woman with a brilliant talent, extraordinary dexterity and and an unquenchable curiosity. In her world light is the most extraordinary emotional element, created through the use of colour, intensity and inconsistency. Glass fusing (a technique imported from the United States), pâte de verre, mosaico, grisaille: she uses many […]

Voghera (PV)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

I vetri di Sandro Bormioli di Costantino Bormioli

It is thanks to Sandro Bormioli that Pyrex, or borosilicate glass, is credited as an artistic material. Even today his son Constantino uses the technique that was made famous by his father to create objects of various kinds, such as animals, flowers, bottles, and chandeliers. Alongside this production, he also creates products using the technique […]

Altare (SV)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Vanessa Cavallaro & C. Cristallerie di Altare

To Vanessa Cavallaro, before a trade, this is a family tradition. Her first teacher was her father, and even as a child Vanessa loved to watch him work, thus learning the rudiments of the glyptic art made with the lathe, later perfecting her technique with studies. An international artist, she produces works of engraving on […]

Savona

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Vetrate d’Arte Giuliani

The Studio Vetrate d’Arte Giuliani boasts 115 years of uninterrupted activity. The founder in 1900 was Giulio Cesare Giuliani, who with an artist’s spirit and chemist’s experience, studied the art of the ancient windows. A dynamic workshop full of ideas and inspirations is the ideal environment for the work of many contemporary artists. Stained glass […]

Roma

Decorative Arts
Paper

Antica Legatoria Viali

Antica Legatoria Viali oozes with the atmosphere and charm of a centuries-old and strictly artisan’s craft. The business is deeply rooted in the history of the Viali family. The bookbinder’s workshop was started by Giovanni Viali in 1891 and his tools and techniques are still used. The many recognitions received testify to the artistic value […]

Viterbo

Decorative Arts
Wood

Codice-a-barre di Alessio Gismondi

Codice-a-barre, for three generations, has been working in the field of fine cabinetmaking, designing and creating furniture accessories in limited editions, with the declared intention of transforming everyday environments into evocative places. Through the encounter with the material, following the combination of profession/creativity, he creates objects for both interiors and exteriors, with high quality craftsmanship […]

Civitavecchia (RM)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

La Fornacina Keramik Studio

Gifted with a special artistic feeling and deep respect for the environment, Fornacina has been designing and creating top-quality ceramic objects of the highest craftsmanship for over twenty years. They are all 100% handmade by using non-toxic and natural materials, in a workshop offering the warm atmosphere and attention to detail typical of a family-run […]

Udine

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ditta Monica Grandi

Monica Grandi’s creations are made with great skill and passion, in clean yet creative designs. For years a skilled artisan and potter, she has a perfect mastery of the ancient techniques, majolica tiles, where her great skills as a painter and artist of the Este graffiti technique, the ingobbio, come to the fore. Her creations […]

Ferrara

Decorative Arts
Paper

Legatoria Artigiana Napoli

The Legatoria Artigiana Napoli is the heir to the craftsmanship that originated with the Eliseo family in the late 1800s. Today the students of Michele Eliseo are passionately committed to this ancient art, whose home is within the courtyard of Palazzo Marigliano. The binding, gilding and restoration techniques are used for both old and modern […]

Napoli

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramica De Rosa Giulia

Ceramica De Rosa was established in Valle Giulia Metelliana, a few kilometers from Vietri sul Mare, renowned for its precious work in ceramics. Each piece is made by hand and decorated with skill and patience, creating a rich assortment of products in terracotta or lava stone: dishes and kitchen accessories, furnishing items, tiles, but also […]

Cava de' Tirreni (SA)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Bottega Giustiniani

Passionately fond of the art of ceramic-making since he was a child, Elvio Sagnella works in this workshop with the help of experienced assistants. The winner of the International Tradition and Innovation Competition held in Ascoli Piceno in 2009, Sagnella is a versatile and passionate artisan. Inspired by the eighteenth-century tradition of Certaldo and San […]

San Lorenzello (BN)

Decorative Arts
Wood

Laboratorio di Corniceria di Stefano Ajello

Not stopping simply at making the handcrafted frames of the business’s beginnings, for some years Stefano Ajello has also been recovering and reusing materials such as old wooden shutters or similar items. Materials that would be destined for pulping are reworked by Stefano Ajello and transformed into furnishings and frames, alongside the traditional framing. All […]

Perugia

Decorative Arts
Wood

Bottega d’Arte Maselli

First Paul Maselli in 1955, and for the last 37 years his son Gabriele, have been creating frames for customers in his workshop, in the heart of Florence, where you can choose from about 600 models. But this wide range of products does not exhaust Bottega d’Arte’s ability to fulfil private customers’ requests as well […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Stone

La pietra ollare

Of the old traditional activities in Bassaì Bregaglia, a prominent place is occupied by the crafting of soapstone. Roberto Lucchinetti has taken this ancient art and, in addition to laveggi, pots which have been in existence since 70 AD, he makes chalices, furagn (lidded containers used to store food), coffee services, vessels and ‘pigne’, stoves […]

Piuro (SO)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Stefania Santone Ceramiche Artistiche

Stefania Santone works in Guardiagrele, in the heart of the Majella National Park, whose beauty constantly inspires her works. Her creations are characterized by intense colours and creativity, an innovative combination of the ceramic tradition of Abruzzo and personal interpretation, hence the uniqueness of her creations. Her pieces vary greatly with household items such as […]

Guardiagrele (CH)

Decorative Arts
Paper

Alberto Tallone Editore

The Tallone editions, made entirely by hand, are characterized by the quality of the print, the relevance of the works published, the elegant layouts, the exclusivity of the hand cast movable type and the precious exotic and pure cotton papers. Each binding is handmade, and the notebooks are sewn together with cotton thread. The books, […]

Alpigiano (TO)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Porta Pepice

If you are looking for traditional artisan products from Matera, then head to the Porta Pepice workshop belonging to Aldo Urgo and Marisa Saponaro, where you’ll find pieces inspired by the tradition of Lucania, created with a touch of irony and a great deal of originality. The business was founded in 1996, initially producing primarily […]

Matera

Decorative Arts
Mosaic

Scarpelli Mosaici

In the heart of Florence, thanks to Masters Renzo and Leonardo Scarpelli, the precious tradition of mosaic in semi-precious stone lives on, a tradition with roots in the Renaissance. To paint with stones requires great skill in finding the right elements and their colour tone, technical skill in cutting, filing and in pasting. All these […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Metals

Rinomata Rameria Mazzetti

To make a pan it is necessary to start with a sheet of pure copper, of a thickness of at least 2mm, given that if it were any thinner than this, when the piece is fired it would not be able to withstand the tinning process. The finest blades are used for artistic work. These […]

Montepulciano (SI)

Decorative Arts
Metals

Bottega Prata

For nearly a century, here, in this historic workshop of Bologna, visitors have watched the magic of iron being worked into different shapes. Today it is Pierluigi, the founder’s grandson, who devotes himself to the creation of precious decorative objects in both classic and modern styles, in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, all […]

Bologna

Decorative Arts
Mosaic

Fratelli Traversari

The feature that makes this workshop, which has been creating artistic mosaics since the 1800s, unique is use of three different mosaic techniques: the Florentine mosaic in hard stone; the micro-mosaic made from spun glass; and the classic cut mosaic made from pieces of glass. Mosaic masters specialised in these techniques make jewellery and ornaments, […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Wood

Francesco Assante

Francesco Assante, a shipwright from Ischia, has been manufacturing and repairing boats since 1987, completely by hand and on commission. Specialised in Gozzis and Lances, typical local boats for fishing and tourism, he recently constructed miniature boats for displays and collections. Such as “Lancia”, a handmade prototype faithfully built following the canons of construction that […]

Ischia (Na)

Decorative Arts
Metals

Lispi&Co.

Lispi & Co. forges designer objects in wrought iron. Emanuele Lispi learned this art from his father and his family that has worked iron for generations, while taking the work in a new artistic direction. At the Lispi & Co. workshop it is not simple objects that are created but real works of art, conceived, […]

Città della Pieve (PG)

Decorative Arts
Paper

Antica Legatoria Biccini

The company, founded in 1966, was the brainchild of Franco Biccini, father of the current owner, who immediately began to specialize in the restoration of antique books, fashioning the bookbindery with a passion fluctuating between art and craftsmanship. The restoration of books is still performed today, on commission, for individual clients and public institutions. Various […]

Perugia

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Walter Usai

This ceramist from Assemini, Walter Usai, understands the methods of the trade learned from his father Elvio and a long memory family, dating back to the first half of the nineteenth century. His work, characterized by bold and intense colours, includes a varied line of everyday objects, such as containers, plates, vases and pitchers, made […]

Assemini (CA)

Decorative Arts
Metals

Navarini Rame

Hephaestus’ art has been practised by the Navarini family for generations and not by chance next to the workshop there is a museum that introduces the world of copper and its uses. In the last fifteen years most of Navarini’s production has been kitchen items and in particular pots, made entirely of copper or with […]

Ravina di Trento (TN)

Decorative Arts
Paper

Cartiera F. Amatruda

The history of the Cartiera Amatruda dates back to the fifteenth century. Here, paper is still handmade, following the ancient Amalfi tradition. A high-quality paper, extremely durable, but also sought-after from an aesthetic point of view, appreciated and exported all over the world. Highly-prestigious works have been printed volumes on this paper, such as Processus […]

Amalfi (SA)

Decorative Arts
Metals

Biagiotti Mario e Figli

The company was founded by grandfather Alfredo in the early 1900s with the working of various metals, particularly copper and brass. His son Mario was the one who perfected his artistic wrought iron. Today, the three children and grandson continue the family’s artisan tradition of wrought iron. In the shop, they produce commissioned works of […]

Pienza (SI)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Terra Crea di Tonino Negri

The skilful artist Tonino Negri’s terracotta pottery expresses formal quality and skilled craftsmanship. The fire has marked the clay with its colour and you do not feel the need to dress it in shiny and crystalline polychromatic glazes. Each object stands out for its perfectly recognisable stylistic features. Light-weight sculptures because they have a usable […]

Lodi

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Studio d’arte Tiziano Donzelli

Pesaro, city of ceramics, houses the secrets of an ancient art that lives on today in the workshop of Tiziano Donzelli. He produces ancient and modern majolica, as well as oil painting and drawing. His passion and his skill led him to develop different decorative techniques and genres: portraits, decorations on large surfaces and custom […]

Pesaro (PU)

Decorative Arts
Metals

Rocco Petrunti

Rocco Petrunti, heir to a family tradition that has been passed down for five generations, is a skilled cutler whose workshop is in Frosolone, where this craft has very ancient roots. Along with the typical local production of penknives, ‘sfilati’ and ‘mozzettas’, Petrunti also makes zouaves and grafting knives, as well as customized sporting knives […]

Frosolone (IS)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramiche Mirta Morigi

For over 40 years Mirta Morigi has been working in her ceramics workshop, set up like those of the Renaissance. Her pottery is a happy mix of the courtly majolica of the past and the future. She creates, in fact, her own brightly-coloured, provocative majolica, without sacrificing its typical lightness and conceptual irony. Each creation […]

Faenza (RA)

Decorative Arts
Paper

Flavio Aquilina

The spirit of a trade of yesteryear gives new life to the creations of Flavio Aquilina and his wife Neve Marino, who since 1983 have been dedicated to the art of marbled paper. Flowing colours, unpredictable patterns and eighteenth-century motifs populate the products of this workshop in Naples, where, between tradition and modernity, papers, fabrics, […]

Napoli

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramiche Nicolò Morales

Nicolò Morales, the depositary of a thousand year-old tradition of ceramics in Caltagirone, defines himself as a curious experimenter in visual arts. In his factory, customers can appreciate the prototypes of majolica decorations of the court of Frederick of Swabia dating from the thirteenth century, or anthropomorphic vases, which bear witness to the defeat of […]

Caltagirone (CT)

Decorative Arts
Metals

Marinelli Pontificia Fonderia di Campane

The Pontifical Marinelli Foundry is located in Agnone, a village in Molise, known as the “town of the bells.” Many generations have continuously made a living in this family business, which is considered the oldest in Italy, with its 700-year history. In the ancient forge, bells and bronze sculptures are made entirely by hand, using […]

Agnone (IS)

Decorative Arts
Metals

Fratelli Antonini fu Giulio di Pietro Antonini & C.


The history of Fratelli Antonini fu Giulio began in 1929 with Antonio and Luigi Antonini. Following in the wake of a tradition in Maniago that has ancient origins, they dedicated themselves to the craft of the blade and knives. Today, they concentrate their production mainly on professional kitchen and cheese knives, the various tools for […]

Maniago (PN)

Decorative Arts
Wood

Alessandro Fiorentino Collection

The Palazzo Pomarici Santomasi hosts both of the cores of the Alessandro Fiorentino Collection: the heart of production is also home to the Museum of Tarsia Lignea, opened in 1999. Its aim is to protect and promote the richness of artistic craftsmanship in wood inlay. The works, in which one can see an architectural approach, […]

Sorrento (NA)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Bottega Del Monaco

The ceramics workshop in the Bottega Del Monaco is dynamic and youthful, and uses the heritage of the historic family workshop to create contemporary artisan projects. Manual skills and deep knowledge of the trade are combined here with the world of design and architecture. Vincenzo Annunziata and Anna Irene, the children of Orazio Del Monaco, […]

Grottaglie (TA)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Arghillà l’arte delle terre

Arghillà is the place where the memory, culture and symbolism of an ancient land find a form: Calabria. In his workshop, Nicola Tripodi makes the most of his experience in producing terra-cotta items: candlesticks, containers, lights, masks, sculptures and more, each one unique, modelled and decorated by hand. A very modern exhibition of structures supported […]

Reggio Calabria

Decorative Arts
Stone

Alab’Arte

Alab’Arte is a sculpture workshop specialized in the alabaster of Volterra. The workshop of Roberto Chiti and Giorgio Finazzo is located in the historic centre and open to the public. There they make sculptures and objects for lighting and furnishing. They often work with other contemporary artists and as well as on important restoration projects, […]

Volterra (PI)

Decorative Arts
Stone

Renzo Buttazzo

Thanks to extensive research and experimentation on stone from Lecce, Renzo Buttazzo managed to transform this material, with innovation and artisan’s knowledge, making it one-of-a-kind and creating a unique style, now recognized worldwide. In his design and sculpture works, one can perceive the unique execution and special quality of the stone, beyond that sense of […]

Lecce

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Laura Morandotti

For the past forty years, Laura Morandotti has been putting her skill and creativity into making stained glass. A designer and artisan, she creates works of various kinds, from sculpture to glass fusing, and the design of windows with lead, both ancient and contemporary. Working next to her in this varied production is her daughter […]

Milano

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Grassi Vetrate Artistiche

In the workshop of Alessandro Grassi, a workshop whose history began in the late 1800s, the great teacher, assisted by his collaborators, still creates splendid windows today according to the ancient French glass tradition. Stained glass of the highest quality, worked with lead, soldered, painted in grisaille and heated at a high temperature to create […]

Milano

Decorative Arts
Metals

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 […]

Milano

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Laboratorio Spazio Nibe

Gabriella Sacchi is a ceramics architect who opened the Laboratorio Spazio Nibe dedicated to contemporary ceramics in 1981. In the workshop limited series of small objects and unique sculptural pieces are created. The items produced reflect a continuous research in the formal and technical content and can be considered as a combination of art, craft […]

Milano

Decorative Arts
Wood

Castorina

The passion for wood is the same passion that animates the workshop in the heart of Oltrarno, where you can smell the odour of wood transformed into furnishings, objects and small pieces of furniture. The Castorina workshop can meet the demands of the most diverse customers and works closely with architecture and designers. Besides its […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Paper

Il Papiro

Since 1976, Il Papiro has been producing objects in paper decorated by hand with techniques inspired by Tuscan regional tradition. In particular, it uses a technique that has almost disappeared, paper marbling. Precisely to illustrate this technique, in the stores, demonstrations are organized by craftsmen, while in the Grassina workshop, customers can personally try experimenting […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramiche Cusumano Giacomo

A vocation for design and contemporary decor combined with the recovery of the motifs of the Byzantines, Spaniards and Arabs: these are the ceramics of Giacomo Cusumano, who decorates and crafts his pieces by hand, using traditional techniques. His speciality is his ability to paint majolica, treating the enamel as if it were a canvas. […]

Caltagirone (CT)

Decorative Arts
Metals

Coltellerie Berti

The year 2015 marks an important anniversary: 120 years of business since David Berti started production in 1895. Today, both the passion and the craftsmanship remain unchanged. But the knives made by Coltellerie Berti are not only handmade but also unique: there is only one knife maker who leaves his initials on the blade, to […]

Scarperia (FI)

Decorative Arts
Glass and crystal

Moleria Locchi

Art, passion and skill have been the basic ingredients of this workshop in the heart of Florence’s Oltrarno area for over a century, since the late 1800s. In this workshop, renowned worldwide for the restoration of precious glass and crystal objects, glassware is carefully studied and restored to its original splendor by using old grinding […]

Firenze

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Le Maioliche di Riccardo Varsallona

Research, knowledge, tradition and a forty-year experience are the foundations on which Riccardo Varsallona has built his workshop, which creates and displays one-of-a-kind pieces made according to Caltagirone’s traditional ceramic-making techniques. Caltagirone boasts a deeply-rooted tradition of ceramic processing, since the production of proto-majolicaware, which Varsallona has carefully studied. His children have joined the business […]

Caltagirone (CT)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Mastro Cencio Ceramica d’Arte

Mastro Cencio creates true “gems” of the highest craftsmanship having both aesthetic and historic value. All processing stages are aimed at preserving and keeping the heritage of the past alive. While experimenting with modern and contemporary ceramic-making techniques, the production focuses on the archaeology field, from classical to medieval times, and the workshop offers customers […]

Civita Castellana (VT)

Decorative Arts
Wood

Bottega Ghianda

Pierluigi Ghianda, who passed away in 2015, was called “the poet of wood”, for the knowledge, love and respect he had when working with the material. In his workshop, the craftsmen who grew with him create furniture and wooden objects of various kinds, without the use of nails, but skills in creating interlocking joints or […]

Bovisio Masciago (MB)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Ceramica Pezzetta

In Via S. Floreano, a Buia, siamo nel mondo della ceramica artistica, in questo laboratorio dal 1955 si portano avanti gli insegnamenti del maestro Enore Pezzetta, arricchendo e interpretando quella che è la tradizione di questa nobile arte praticata in Friuli già nel ‘700. Molte sono le tecniche utilizzate, “tutte quelle con cui è possibile […]

Buja (UD)

Decorative Arts
Pottery

Capodimonte Porcellane D’Arte

The Capodimonte Porcelain D’Arte firm was founded by master craftsman Salvatore De Palma in 1930. It is now in its second generation, with Pasquale De Palma, who carries on the art passed down by his father with care and wisdom. All of this is reflected in the accuracy of the details and the delicacy of […]

Calvizzano (NA)

Decorative Arts
Mosaic

Carraro Chabarik mosaico contemporaneo

A studio-workshop that works with and experiments in the field of the mosaic, conceived as contemporary art in its many forms. Together with their collaborators, Mohamed and Laura Chabarik Carraro, both outside lecturers at the Mosaic School of Friuli, create works with materials and techniques of various types. Their work is always unique and artisan, and […]

Udine

Decorative Arts
Metals

Ambrogio Carati

Founded on four generations of solid family tradition, the Carati Workshop makes furnishings in brass and bronze. Recognized among the old historical workshops of Milan, its production has expanded over the years, and it is dedicated to creating embellishments for antique furniture, lighting accessories, furniture and other products. Thanks to a deep knowledge of the […]

Milano

Decorative Arts
Stone

Todini sculture

The Todini sculpture firm is the result of the passion of two brothers for art and sculpture. Operating initially in the field of interior and exterior design and architecture, they then turned to sculpture in all fields, replicas of classical sculptures and original contemporary sculptures. Working in marble, stone, ceramic and resin, they produce unique […]

Tarquinia (VT)