Set in polychrome ceramic with lustre technique created together with Maurizio Tittarelli Rubboli
Iridescences is a collection of three ceramic vases and bowls.All the objects are finely crafted, yet each has its own specific aspect on the surface: each was conceived as a blank canvas challenging the very rare and time-consuming lustre technique. Of ancient Middle-Eastern origins, this special way of glazing ceramics was brought to splendour in Umbria region in the 15th century. 

Thanks to a special blend of metallic salts and clay, and a special firing, incredible iridescent and chromatic effects are created. This technique requires great skill and dexterity, and only a few ateliers can nowadays master it.

Material: Earthenware

Dimensions: Ø40 x 3.8 cm / Ø13.5 x 38.2 cm / Ø32 x 15.5 cm 


Pictures by: Laila Pozzo 

DOPPIA FIRMA 2017 LIVING, CORRIERE DELLA SERRA, Fondazione Cologni dei Mestieri d’Arte,  Michelangelo Foundation for Creativity and Craftsmanship