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  • Italian Ceramics & Porcelain

    The "Arlecchini" from Montelupo in the History of Italian Ceramics
    Simple people certainly could not understand nor afford this kind of traditional Italian ceramics. They mostly used pottery for functional purposes, although here and there some local ceramic trends developed for the community to enjoy. One of the most worth mentioning is the "Arlecchini" from Montelupo, in Tuscany.

    How to Spot Fake Hand Made Italian Pottery
    Before you close the deal of your life and pay an incredibly low price for what looks like a stunning piece of Deruta pottery, STOP and read these simple guidelines.

    Bellezza Italian Ceramics
    They specialize in fine hand-painted Italian ceramics known as majolica.

    Deruta Italian Hand Painted Tableware Ceramics
    Italian hand-painted decorative ceramics from Deruta, including dinnerware, tea and coffee sets, biscotti jars, bowls, clocks and much more.

    Firenze Italian Specilaties - Italian Ceramics, Gifts & Italian Decor
    Specializing in Italian gifts & Italian Décor for the home, kitchen and your gift giving needs.

    Italian Ceramics Store
    Their Italian ceramics and Italian pottery, also known as majolica are hand crafted and hand painted by artisans in a variety of family owned shops throughout Italy.

    Poggi Bonsi
    They are a direct importer of Italian ceramics, Linens and Olive Wood.

    Via Umbria
    All of the Italian ceramic are made by their artisans. They take the time and dedication to make sure the passion of Italian ceramics comes through in all of their collection of Italian home decor.


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