Descriptions & details
The origins of the Ricco Deruta pottery design can be traced from Perugino's frescos from the 16th century, possibly the ones in the "Collegio del Cambio" in Perugia. Indeed, Deruta is close to Perugia, and the local ceramicists must have admired the work of their most renowned fellow artist.
We have selected for you the Ricco Deruta dinnerware and kitchenware by FIMA, among the finest in town thanks to their intricate, carefully hand-painted details and adherence to the traditional production methods.
- small 14.5x7
- large 17.7x9
- small 37x18
- large 45x23
Handmade & hand-painted in Deruta, Italy
Food-safe & compliant with FDA regulations - lead and cadmium free
Dishwasher safe. Not recommended for microwave use
Founded in 1960, FIMA is a family-run business in Deruta. Its excellent, well-deserved reputation is mainly due to its traditional Deruta dinnerware, such as Raffaellesco, Ricco Deruta, and Arabesco. Indeed, they are among the finest you can find in Deruta, thanks to their intricate, carefully hand-painted details and loyal adherence to the traditional colors and techniques. However, FIMA has created many original designs that have become classics in their own right.
Deruta is a small town in Umbria, in the heart of Italy. It has been one of the most vital centers for the production of Italian ceramics since the Renaissance (15th century). Today, Deruta is highly regarded worldwide for the fine quality and beauty of its pottery.