- Italian Ceramic Plates
- Italian Ceramic Bowls
- Italian Ceramic Cups
- Italian Ceramic Tiles
- Italian Ceramic Clocks
- Italian Ceramic Candlesticks
Our 'Shades of Tuscany' tableware features a range of 6 hand-painted plates, bowls and cups that reflect all the colourful shades of the beautiful region of Tuscany. Made in the ancient, traditional shape which was particular to Tuscany, each item can be used alone or as part of a matching set.
Our 'Sicily' tableware features a range of hand-painted brightly coloured plates, available in three sizes.
In our 'Candlestick' collection, you will find a range of hand made and hand-painted traditional Sicilian candlesticks that evoke the unique culture of Sicily.
We also have a range of beautiful hand-painted, Sicilian tiles.
In our 'Rustic' collection, the Italian pottery we are offering are hand painted in three charming designs: 'Flower Garland', 'Rural Scene' and 'Fruit Harvest, which is available with a blue or green edging.
Although we only display certain items in each design, all of the items are available in any of the designs by special order.
Our Italian decorated tableware includes: hand-painted jugs, hand-painted ceramic bowls and hand made Italian plates that perfectly represent the Mediterranean lifestyle, and are the ideal accompaniment to long, leisurely, family lunches outside in the sunshine...
Our handpainted ceramic kitchenware includes: storage jars, hand painted Italian plates, Italian ceramic bowls and hand-made spoon rests that bring back fond memories of a bygone age in southern Italian kitchens, with Nonna creating her magic over a wood burning stove...
Whether as ceramic gifts for a friend or relative, or to enhance your own home with some real, hand-painted Italian pottery or hand painted italian tiles, you will certainly find something to smile about as you look through our Italian ceramics collections.
Italy has a long history in the production of high quality ceramics. The term comes from the Greek word 'keramos', meaning clay. The Etruscans were the first to produce ceramics in Italy with their 'Bucchero' technique. Then during the Renaissance, Tuscany and Umbria became famous for producing 'Maiolica' ceramics and in Sicily, the famous 'Baroque' tiles were produced. But, as with all things in Italy, each region has its own fascinating speciality that they consider to be the best of all!