In the heart of Tuscany, among enchanted hills dotted by olive groves and vineyards, guarded by cypress trees and protected by an uncontaminated valley, lies Pienza, a Renaissance city recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site.
The Square of Pius II (Piazza Pio II), the main square of Pienza, where the Cathedral and the Piccolomini Palace are overlooking, is considered Bernardo Rossellino’s masterpiece and it is the fulcrum of a life driven by the passion for details and for beauty.
Our workshop is located in the historic center of the city, on the panoramic promenade that runs along the old medieval walls, from which you can admire the majestic Mount Amiata that for centuries has been watching over the entire Val d’Orcia and get lost in wonderful sunsets.
Inside the workshop you can visit a unique cave that frames our ceramic works. The cave is dug into the tuff stone and it is where the only medieval well of the village is located, which with its 18 meters of depth is a suggestive attraction for those tourists who are more sensitive to the charm of past times.
At other times, this site has hosted a hypogean mill and its large millstones are still visible, embedded in a partition wall.
We would like to invite you to visit our workshop, where each product is designed and made thanks to thirty years of experience and with a lot of love, we are sure that the time you will dedicate to us will enrich you with a unique experience.