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D&G tableware patterns and decorative ceramics have a very distinctive character and superior feeling.
Blending traditional elements with contemporary design ideas they have put together a superb collection of geometric patterns, complemented by a luxuriant free hand painted fruit pattern and the celebrated Millerighe (colors and stripes).
Product availability: if not in stock, D&G’s pottery is available in 8/12 weeks.
Product information: all the D&G’s ceramics we present are food safe, in compliance with FDA regulations.
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D&G stands for Demetra e Giovanni.
Giovanni is a young artist with a rich experience. He worked in Franco Mari’s fabbrica and in Eugenio Ricciarelli’s atelier. Some years ago he married a charming Turkish girl, Demetra, who has with a university degree in Interior Design. After getting married, they started up their own tiny, one room workshop in Deruta. Since then they have been working together, his elbow touching hers while painting side by side, with an eye on their only son doing his homework near them.
His experience on Italian ceramics traditional designs and her creativity have proved an excellent match. Together they have created a very distinctive style: D&G pottery stands out for the originality of its patterns and their bold color combinations.
We’ve selected for you their geometric designs and some of their contemporary pottery, such as Millerighe (the name means “a thousand stripes”) and their fruit pattern, which is totally freehand painted.
Freehand painting is a real torture test for a ceramic artist, especially when the design is rich in details and must be repeated in the same way on different pieces or shapes. In those cases painters traditionally use the the “spolvero” technique.