FAENZA

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FAENZA: Large Serving salad pasta bowl

Size: 12"D.x3"H.

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FAENZA Collection: Own a true Italian classic the Garofano pattern from Faenza.
Since the Middle Ages, kilns have been alight in Faenza, producing top-quality ceramics.
History tells us that Marco Polo brought pasta and the Garofano pattern from the Orient in 1279.
Faenza is by cultural tradition defined as City of the Ceramics, lies 30 miles south of Bologna in the north east part of Italy, and while an important agricultural as well as an industrial centre, it owes its renown to ceramics.
The role of Faenza in the ceramics field is well-known: its name, in the French version Faience, has meant for centuries a prestige kind of ceramics; no other ceramics-producing city can boast of having kept its stoves alight since ancient Middle Age.
The Garofano design was iInitially developed in the Italian region of Lombardia, but it later became a world-famous signature-pattern from the Majolica town of Faenza.
- All Artistica's dinnerware products are double fired - durable and 100% Food-Safe
Artistica's dinnerware items are manufactured with Food-Safe glazes and safe color pigments as well as inspected and tested to comply with FDA standards.
- Not Safe for Microwave or Conventional Oven Use.
Our dinnerware products are Serving pieces and they are NOT meant to be used for cooking or re-heating.

  • Authenticity assured!
    Hand Painted & Hand Made in Italy! This item is shipped with Artistica's Authenticity Seal and Certificate.
  • Satisfaction Guaranteed!
    It's simple: Not satisfied with your purchase? Return it! No Return Authorization required. No Problem. At Artistica, we stand behind our products, and our loyal customers. The full satisfaction of our clients and exceptional customer service, has been our priority during the 25+ years in business. That's why we have a 30 day hassle-free return policy -- No RMA's required! If, for any reason, you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, simply return it back to us for a full refund!
  • 100% Food Safe
    All Artistica's Dinnerware and Tabletop Products are Guaranteed to be 100% Food Safe. Our manufactures do NOT use any glaze or color pigment with lead content in our dinnerware and tabletop products. We independently inspected and test these products to comply with FDA standards and U.S.A. import regulations for lead and cadmium. See our latest independent laboratory test.

    Dishwasher Safe
    Artistica's tabletop and dinnerware ceramic products are made of the highest quality natural clay glazed and double fired at very high temperature. We recommended to space the items apart to avoid touching each other during the high pressure dish-washing.

    Microwave and Conventional Oven Use
    Artistica's dinnerware products are manufactured to be used as "Serving" pieces and not cookware, and therefore not suitable for conventional oven use. They can be used in Microwave oven for moderate reheating only.As the temperature of certain items may vary after microwave use, we recommend to carefully handle any piece.
  • Product Care for Dinnerware and Tabletop products.
    The crazing effect - With repeated use, earthenware products have a tendency to "craze" (forming minuscule lines in the glazing). The crazing is the nature of earthenware, and has no significant effect on the ceramics and sometimes it is a much sought after effect.

    Thermal Shock and cracking - Avoid sudden temperature changes - A thermal shock is the fracturing effect that occurs when ceramic objects are rapidly either heated or cooled and it may crack any earthenware plate.
  • The beauty of imperfection - Because each piece of Majolica and Ceramic is individually crafted, you will notice slight variations in color and size and occasionally you will note paint smudges, fingerprints and looseness of lids.
    These variances should not be considered as imperfections, but as evidence of fine, hand-crafted work.
  • Some History...
    CLICK HERE should you like to learn about Italian Majolica and ceramics of the Renaissance.

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