Ceramica Francesco De Maio, the Vietri heritage in Antichi Decori collection
Since 1963, Ceramica Francesco De Maio’s cultural and artistic heritage has been expressed by an handmade production of majolica produced with the ancient Vietri processing techniques and with glazes handed down from generation to generation for more than 500 years.
On the other hand, the wide treasure of forms and decorations on Vietri majolica is full of Latin, Byzantine, Arab, Renaissance and Baroque motifs that were once used to pave the ancient villas and patrician houses, churches and monasteries.
Today, Ceramica Francesco De Maio has been evoking this ceramic tradition with the production of a collection of incomparably precious majolica, the Antichi Decori Collection, which includes magnificent majolica made according to the ancient technique of hand-made decoration.
The collection is conceived to underline the inestimabile value given to the final piece by the human touch that give shape to elegant rugs and refined ceramic tapestries that stand out for their elegant shapes and the concept of authentic timeless design.