All the flavours plus one, white.
Combined with pastels to give life to a new collection as fresh as its name.
Etiquette has it that you never raise your voice at the table.
We leave it to porcelain to pay tribute to this rule, framed here by the most discrete base.
The perfection of Giotto’s O.
Nothing else required, thus the absence of any decoration makes this a timeless collection: a base on which each one of us can build our own narrative.
Porcelain at its core. A collection that goes beyond shape and flows without hindrance, leaving the leading role to its contents.View collection
A celebration of spring, interpreted in ceramics. The Rose collection plays with a time machine, mixing traditional patterns with contemporary colours.View collection
When colour is seen against the whitest of whites it makes for a little giddiness.
Balance is restored by the absolute simplicity of form.
An Italian garden: plenty of colour with geometric rigour. A collection that blossoms from blown glass: in bright colours, shaded tones, or completely transparent.View collection
The pleasure of honesty.
Glass rediscovers its essence, focusing on colour to create the effect of lightness.
A collection animated by wine glasses, flutes and rigorous chalices that, with a touch of gold, highlight the finesse of blown glass in subtle and sophisticated shades.View collection
Variations on the theme: a collection that changes shape and colour for an ever-new and surprising table setting, finding individual harmony in such changes.View collection
You need confidence to be completely transparent. An air-inspired collection in eye-catching shapes with the sparkle and resistance of borosilicate glass.
Time flies, better not waste a second. A timeless tool like an hourglass revisited in the ephemeral lightness of soap bubbles or the romantic elegance of a butterfly.View collection
The simplicity of a traditional child’s game evoked by
the most fundamental table accessory, the cutting board.
Nothing is what it seems: melamine looks like wood, which in turn evokes
the most classic porcelain in shape.
Place mats and napkins add magical illusions to the table
If it’s true we eat first with our eyes and then with our mouths, this colourful collection of moulds will leave its mark on our desserts.View collection
Romantic or decidedly pop, a collection of candles
to illuminate an illusion and consume our curiosity.
Candles not only to light up your room but also to decorate it creating a warm atmosphere with the ironic fun of two new shapes.View collection
The classic, hand-woven basket is refined.View collection
Classic yes, but with a contemporary personality.
Precious materials interpreted in stainless steel, modernised by a matt finish, or combined with pastel shades to revisit tradition.
When nostalgia becomes a resource.
Black, gold and polished copper with matt stainless steel: grandmother’s cutlery rediscovered with a hint of humour.
Subtle but at the same time daring, retro with a contemporary twist.
A collection that creates harmony between two very distinctive personalities.
The textile family broadens with six linen-cotton placemats featuring a stain-resistant finish and six linen napkins, in an equal number of colours with contrasting shaped edges. The proposed palette reflects the latest tableware trends and coordinates with the new Petalo plate collection.View collection