Orvieto Utensil Holder

Orvieto is the name of the town where this unique Orvietano hand-painted style originated in the Renaissance era. Since then small artisan family businesses have been passing their skills from one generation to another. Even if you go to Italy, you will only find this style in the Perugia region.

It is worth noting that the Rooster or ‘Galletto’ motif is very popular for gift giving as it symbolizes good wishes and blessings for the recipient’s well-being.

This kitchen utensil holder is very useful for those frequently used spatulas, salad scoops, pastry brushes, whisk and etc. At the same time, it adds a touch of color and character to your environment.

Since all utensil holders are hand-painted by an artist, they will slighter differ from the pictures and one another. Essentially you will own a one-off unique piece, made just for you.

Size guide:
In inches: diameter 5.5 x height 7.4 / in centimeters: diameter 14 x height 19

 

139,00

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Authenticity

Thanks to our direct relationships with Italian artisans we guarantee authenticity of all product. In fact, every item you buy will come with authenticity certificate.

Delivery Information

This product range is only delivered in the USA currently.

Orders are promptly shipped from our Glenview, IL USA warehouse

Care Recommendations

Earthenware products form a web of tiny lines in glazing. It is natural and often a sought after effect of such products.

It is advisable not to expose your products to sudden and drastic temperature changes to avoid cracking.

Orvieto creations are not recommended for use in the microwave.


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More About Orvieto Town

Maiolica (tin glazed earthenware) has been produced in Orvieto since the 13th century. And its artisans were recognised as the master craftsmen (known as Vascellari) across Italy and beyond.

Walking around town today, aim for Pozzo della Cava, as here you can still find the furnace from the 15th century, and the ceramics factory that was used until the 16th century.

The Cathedral – Duomo di Orvieto, is hard to miss too. It stands above all the buildings in the city and is likely take your breath away when you get closer. Decorative tiles on it were made locally and are reflective of the “Orvieto style”, unique to this region.

To learn more read my post on “Medieval Town Of Orvieto“.

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