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Hand-Woven Fabrics

  • Sartoria Modolo tailors these silk scarves with exquisite colourful prints as distinctive accessories to be combined by tasteful contrast with the renowned velvet garments inspired by Sardinian tradition.

  • The large red flower, taken from the motifs of the shawls of Oliena and the characteristic stylised tulips inspired by the apron of the traditional costume of Orgosolo, characterise this large decorative panel with red and yellow embroidery against a black background.

  • This original cushion is realised using the patchwork technique, combining traditional local woven fabrics with other fabrics in a striking asymmetrical composition.

  • Wide-band belt inspired in shape by the oriental Obi belts of kimonos in silk damasks with floral motifs, typically used for traditional Sardinian costumes. Based on an exclusive design by Patrizia Camba and skilfuly handcrafted, these belts can be used on either side.

  • This cotton tulle veil, typical of the traditional Sarrabus attire, features a complex hand-made clable stitch embroidery inspired by raditional motifs, available as an accessory for brides and cerimonies.

Il settore

The handicraft production based on the valorisation of textiles is robust, distinctive and successful, connected to the use of traditional weaves featuring beautiful embroideries or decorative and pictorial elements.

Aimed at crafting functional and decorative artefacts to be exhibited and worn, it reinterprets tradition with impressive stylistic solutions, evocative and contemporary at the same time. Traditional themes and symbols intertwine and are investigated and explored.

 

Precious fabrics transform, traditional forms acquire new functions, embroidery techniques open up to new possibilities, turning into workshop-specific crafting techniques and distinctive features. The result is a production of unique and charismatic objects, one's privilege to possess.