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Belle di Faenza - Hand-painted Glass Platter

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Title | Glass Platter

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Handmade by: Forme Roma

Color: Clear glass with white, green, blue, and yellow elements

Material: Glass

Dimensions: 36 cm.

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About the Product:

A unique glass serving platter inspired by Renaissance portraits, made by Forme Roma exclusively for DishesOnly.

The subject depicted on this platter is inspired by a true, ancient Italian story. In a sixteenth-century poem, Giulio Castellani, from Faenza, writes of beautiful "buxom" women, painted brightly, with sumptuous garments, hats and many alluring names such as Giulia the Beautiful, Eugenia the Beautiful and Beautiful Laura. Who could be the noblewoman painted on the plate Belle di Faenza (beauties from Faenza)?

Another one-of-a-kind piece of the artisans of Forme Roma.

NOTE: Possible imperfections are due to the handmade nature of each item.

About the Collection:

Based in Rome, Forme is an authentic "art studio", applying artistic techniques of decoration and restoration to each of its handcrafted and unique objects.

Surrounded by the architectural beauty of Ancient Rome, Forme reinterprets the shapes and colors of the Classical Age both in its ceramic and glass product lines. Forme's ceramics are modeled with black clay which gives strength and adds a special transparency to the collection.

Additionally, glass items are handmade using glass fusing and sculpture techniques.

Customized glass and ceramic dinner sets are available. Send us an e-mail for more info.

Care Instructions: 

  • Hand wash
  • Variant: Glass Platter
  • SKU: FRM-FAENZA-PL-36
  • In Stock: 1
  • Weight: 2.3 kg
  • Product Type: Glass
  • Collection: Forme Roma

Belle di Faenza - Hand-painted...

Regular Price
€270.00
Sale Price
€270.00
Regular Price
€320.00
Sold Out
Unit Price
per 

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