Borrowing heavily from the delicate craft and the scenic beauty of the Amalfi, the namesake Haute Edit collection is an ideal investment for connoisseurs who value the labour that goes into creating heirloom masterpieces from scratch.
The Blu Pavone range runs all the way across the rainbow to embrace hues of blue. With these adorning your table, you can be forgiven if you preen like a peacock at your parties. Every unit in the collection is shaped using the techniques of “tornio”, distinctively Italian, hand painted by Amalfi legend Pasquale Sorrentino, and bear his initials as a testament to your contribution in supporting an ancient art.
The Blu Pavone Art Collection Set includes an antipasto plate, an aperitivo plate and a pasta bowl. These artistic conversation pieces are perfect for serving pasta, hors d’oeuvres and a main course. All items are beautifully packaged in a Gift Box.
Set: 3 (1 x Antipasto Plate + 1 x Aperitivo Plate + 1 x Pasta Bowl)
Colour: Mediterranean Blue
Material: High quality, lead-free ceramics
Size: 10cm – 20cm
Ceramic Art Collection: Hand Painted, *One-Off Collectible Piece
Availability: Limited Production
Handmade in the Amalfi Coast of Italy
*Disclaimer: Please be reminded that these products are all handmade and hand painted. Therefore every piece is unique, and no two products are ever the same. Every range carries a similar theme, but there are subtly noticeable design variations which contribute to the uniqueness of each product.
Collectible design is the term used to describe highly crafted design pieces that are either one-off or part of a limited edition. Art collectors prize and value original ceramic pieces delicately handcrafted by ceramicists for its uniqueness. Slight imperfections due to the handmade process should not be seen as defects. These imperfections contribute to the exquisite beauty and uniqueness of every piece.
NOT Dishwasher and Microwave Safe
Hand wash in mild soapy water and dry with a soft cloth
Avoid using scouring pads or harsh abrasives
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