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Hand-Woven Fabrics

  • Su bundhu, the traditional red cork mask represents the devil and inspires the interesting collection of bottle covers, made with scraps of fabrics such as wool orbace, velvet and fustian.

  • The fine embroidery of the apron, which forms part of the traditional costume of Nuoro, reproduces the original exhibited in the Ethnographic Museum in Nuoro with great stylistic consistency. A strikingly distinctive element, it is embroidered in polychrome silk thread on black woollen cloth.

  • This elegant capacious bag with traditional black and white geometric patterns has the original shape of a trapezoid with handles and edging with zips and red cords that form an original guitar shape.

  • This decorative panel featuring the large motif of the winged beetle, drawn from the iconography of ancient Egypt, is in line with the eclectic style of this atelier that investigates and reinterprets archaic themes which were once part of the ancient Mediterranean cultures.

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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.