Deruta, Faenza and Florence all have a special Raffaellesco interpretation in their majolica tradition. The name comes from Raphael, one of the great artists of the Italian Renaissance. The dragon represent a benevolent power who helps discovery and protects from adversaries and it is one of the grotesque motifs created by Raphael and his school when commissioned by the Pope to paint the Logge Vaticane. 1 LARGE SERVING BOWL 12" (30 CM) AND 4 SMALL INDIVIDUAL BOWLS 8" (20 CM).
Sorry but pictures do not show the real beauty of the piece, the wonderful colors and the fine details. Trust me it is much nicer live!This, at the moment, is the only way to guarantee that it is really made in Italy and not somewhere else. My pieces, of course, are all hand signed under glaze by the artist. Mastro Carlo is known in Deruta as one of the most talented artisans of the village, he is specialized in the "geometrico" or "vario" pattern. He started painting very young and made all his experience in the famous factory known all over the world under the name of Mari. In 1980 he opened his own studio, from that moment he started giving to our customer the very best Deruta Pottery, that means larges collections of Deruta dinnerware and decorative pieces in the "geometrico" and traditionals patterns. For more than 50 years my family has offered the finest Italian Hand Painted Renessaince Pottery, with a great worldwide service.
The item "RAFFAELLESCO DERUTA ITALY SALAD/PASTA BOWLS SET 5 PCS" is in sale since Friday, March 30, 2018. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\Art Pottery\European Pottery\Italian". The seller is "mafe19" and is located in DERUTA.
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