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Hand-Woven Fabrics

  • The prized geometric composition of this table runner is obtained by matching the patchwork technique of the traditional black and white saddlebags, bertule, with other fabrics in harmonious and suggestive asymmetry.

  • With its original and contemporary style, this cushion in embroidered fabric and cork is characterised by the distinctive design of the stylised horse, taken from the local textile tradition and innovatively reinterpreted, in red in stark contrast against a black background.

  • This silk jewel belt features a peculiar combination of French lace, dyed with silver textile colours to highlight the edges of the motifs, decorated with small coral beads and a hand-crafted silver closure.

  • The essential lines of this armchair enhance the original asymmetrical composition of the decorative modules, in strong graphic and chromatic contrast, amongst which the central horse stands out, an element taken from the local decorative iconography with a stylised and contemporary form.

  • Elegant and sophisticated, this shawl in water-green silk satin is decorated with rich floral embroidery on a lace base with bright green, pink and red crystal elements. Finished with a long macramé fringe in pink contrast, it is an elegant fashion accessory.

Il settore

The handicraft production based on the valorisation of textiles is robust, distinctive and successful, connected to the use of traditional weaves featuring beautiful embroideries or decorative and pictorial elements.

Aimed at crafting functional and decorative artefacts to be exhibited and worn, it reinterprets tradition with impressive stylistic solutions, evocative and contemporary at the same time. Traditional themes and symbols intertwine and are investigated and explored.


Precious fabrics transform, traditional forms acquire new functions, embroidery techniques open up to new possibilities, turning into workshop-specific crafting techniques and distinctive features. The result is a production of unique and charismatic objects, one's privilege to possess.