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Hand-Woven Fabrics

  • This textile necklace is made out of a small semi-worked cotton bundle, with a precious silver pendant consisting of a single traditional button. This combination of traditional and contemporary styles provides an original interpretation of ancient themes with a balanced innovative approach.

  • This small bag features a balanced combination of materials through the use of different techniques and an intentionally casual style. Careful combination of precious fabrics: leather, natural dyed cotton and orbace, a typical wool used in local textile production.

  • Circular doily with large petals skilfully embroidered according to fine techniques mastered by this craftswoman also on a wide range of dowry artefacts. 

  • These elegant hand-worked filet earrings have an original and harmonious shape. Made of silver-coated metal thread and enriched by pearls and coral paste, they are part of the Reflections line that includes many other artefacts with the same stylistic features.

  • This exclusive Inveloveritas black T-shirt features a distinctive stylised profile of a naked woman wearing only the traditional headgear of the typical costume of Nurallao, a village in southern Sardinia, elegantly synthesised and finely hand-painted on silk screen base.

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.