Este Ceramiche
Este Ceramiche

Este Ceramiche

Girolamo Franchini opened the first Este Ceramiche factory in the 18th century, marking its status as one of the oldest ceramic manufactu... Girolamo Franchini opened the first Este Ceramiche factory in the 18th century, marking its status as one of the oldest ceramic manufacturers in Europe. Later, in 1953 – while on a trip to Este, Italy – Giovanni Battista Giorgini discovered a semi-abandoned ceramics factory. Here, he uncovered hundreds of old dyes that showed signs of noble artisan traditions, leading him to seize creative control in 1955, using these old moulds as fuel for new ones. Today, everything remains in the family, with Giovanni Battista Fadigati continuing to nurture the direction his grandfather paved. Every piece is made and painted by hand, with many designs interpreting 18th-century trompe l’oeil through a modern lens.

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