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Hand-Woven Fabrics

  • This silk and hand-embroidered linen wristband features the a puntu vanu technique, inspired by the collars and the cuffs of the local traditional attire. Double eyelet silver closure. Original and sophisticated interpretation of the traditional piece of clothing.

  • This refined pure silk scarf painted with vibrant brushstrokes in the nuanced and watercolored tones of dark brown and wood green has a free decorative composition.

  • 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.

  • Inspired by the traditional Sardinian costume for women, the small silk ribbon rosette was once applied to the bustier as an element to distinguish wealthy families. Reinterpreted with contemporary taste, the pendant of this original necklace is finely embroidered with gold and silver threads.

  • This entirely handmade original handbag, designed as a unique piece and characterised by the use of traditional fabrics, features a harmonious combination of black, white and red. With exquisite details, this bag adds style to many outfits and has various uses.

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.