Bella FruTta

Created in a small studio in the area of Montelupo Fiorentino in Tuscany, this beautiful ceramic pattern is truly unique. The intricacies of the painting as well as the "secret" technique developed by the master artisan transform the ceramic forms into small canvases with a watercolor like finish. The variety of luscious fruits that feature in this pattern can be mixed and matched in an array of combinations, allowing for a genuinely bespoke table setting.                                                                                                                                                                     >> Contact us for additional information on the                                                                                                                    Bella Frutta Collection


Flowers, fruit, dragonflies and bees dance across the warm cream background of this traditional Tuscan design. The producer of this lovely pattern is a small, family owned and operated workshop located west of Florence near the historic ceramic center of Montelupo Fiorentino. Whether serving a main course on a sumptuous serving platter or sipping tea from an individual teacup with strainer, the playful elements of Infiorata are sure to enliven any moment with friends at the table.                                                                   >> Shop the Infiorata Collection


The ceramic pieces of our Arte collection are created by a dedicated master artisan in Umbria, Patrizio Chiucchiu, who relies on traditional majolica techniques developed by ceramicists during the Renaissance. Each glaze is made with sand from the Tiber River and he creates pigments by using 16th century recipes. The painting technique is exquisitely fine, recapturing the spirit and technique of sixteenth and seventeenth century Deruta pottery.                                    >> Shop the Arte Collection