VILLA BORGHESE

Introduced for the first time at the Milan Design Week 2018, the Villa Borghese Collection takes its name from the rooms of the Borghese Gallery and pays homage to the Renaissance and Baroque art of Rome. Let yourself be captivated by its plates with borders adorned with strokes and marks in gold, summarizing and transforming distant Baroque and Renaissance forms.

Caravaggio

The Caravaggio line is named after a room in the Borghese Gallery in Rome and evokes the timeless beauty of Renaissance and Baroque art, emphasized by the gold finishes. Handcrafted in Italy with the finest porcelain, the Caravaggio line highlights tradition through its expressive decoration of large red, yellow, and blue spots, where passions are contained within a rich golden border with classical references.

Paolina

The Paolina line has a wide band painted in yellow and a narrow border dotted with pink and blue, on which a delicate gold crown is placed with a decoration of stylized flowers in Pompeian style. The gold glow is discreet, alchemical and time-worn, and acts as a corolla around the center. The center is like an informal lake painted in blue, where splashes of blue and pink, black and gold chase each other, pieces of color that escape or fade into their sum.

Michelangelo

Material and earthy, like the great Renaissance Master’s work, it conveys classical beauty and elegance thanks to green shades with a light pink center, golden and green punctuation and broad golden rims. Golden and green dots and spots float like leaves on a romantic pond. The rim is surrounded by a large golden decoration.The soup and dessert plates are offered also with a full green and gold décor.

Michelangelo Bianco

Michelangelo Bianco is an elegant tableware ideally suited for formal occasions and intimate events. Plates are decorated with a light beige enamel at the center. They feature a new, exclusive golden edge with a precious, slightly rough feeling at the touch. The dessert and soup plates are also available in full beige enamel decoration. Ever close to nature, Coralla Maiuri enjoys her new creation and describes its colors as going from gold for the hot summer sun to caramel for parched grass to white for the cold winter snow.

Dafne

The Dafne line is named after a room in the Borghese Gallery in Rome and evokes the timeless beauty of Renaissance and Baroque art, emphasized by the gold finishes. Handcrafted in Italy with the finest porcelain, Dafne plates feature a subtle pink and blue dotted border that surrounds a wide and delicate golden decoration of stylized flowers. The center is white with gentle brushstrokes of light blue and pink, golden dots with splashes of black.

Apollo Bianco

Handcrafted in Italy with the finest porcelain, the Apollo Bianco line transports us to a fairy-tale and oriental world. While the center is dotted with multicolored points, the shades of lapis lazuli blue evoke the magic of Eastern tales. A fairy tale unfolds with small playful nuggets of gold, green, red, and blue that float in the bright sky surrounded by a precious golden halo and a blue border. Soup and dessert plates are also available with a rich dark blue decoration interspersed with golden dots.

Scipione

A brilliant border in African red, surrounded by golden decoration; in the center, very delicate spots of pink and light blue with splashes of golden nuggets. Soup and dessert plates are also available with a complete red and gold decoration in which red and gold blend finely.