Make your wish while tasting the first fruits of the season!
With Le Primizie collection, the finest porcelain shows us a new outfit wearing gentle buds and the first juicy fruits of the good weather. There’s nothing more pleasant than bringing the refined atmosphere of a luxuriant garden to our table.
The graceful porcelain plates, together with cups, mugs, bowls, cake stands, stainless steel cutlery set and trays, show a unique touch of elegance with warm and luminous shades, perfect for an everyday table and for special occasions too.
Tins, vases and ceramic jars will offer refinement and grace to your home, while the plates set (available in resistant and practical melamine too) will soon become the undisputed queen of modern tables and outdoor space.
Le Primizie collection is also enriched by a new earthenware line, which is a valuable material of a timeless rustic charm. Combining the uniqueness of the tasty cooking over low heat with the beauty who distinguishes this collection, this line becomes perfect for serving important receipts to the table such as sauces, stews or tasty vegetables, besides enriching a sideboard or a glass showcase.
All the items of this fabulous collection will make cozy and fashion your kitchen giving it a unique atmosphere.
When we taste a first fruit, a “primizia” as we say in Italy, making a wish is a real good omen: ours, is to be always able to see joy in every precious fruit that life donates to us, together with being able to share again the most beautiful moments of our day with the people we love.
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