A glassmaking tradition renewed over the years
I believe in the heritage of knowledge that my country, Italy, has preserved for millennia, which is why I engrave glass by hand with the ceramic wheel technique, already created by the Romans in the first century BC. I am one of the last artisans able to perform work with this slow and complex procedure, capable of giving unique dynamism and materiality to the representations on the crystal.
I live and work in Altare, a small town nestled between the Alps and the Ligurian Apennines: this has always been a city dedicated to culture and the art of glassmaking. Here I learned the job from my father who in turn learned it from my grandfather. And back again, from generation to generation.
I create pieces of art to furnish homes with originality and personality, such as lamps, sculptures and vases. I also engrave refined tableware with goblets, trays, jugs and decanters. You can browse the online catalog or contact me for a custom project.