Good food is made of simple things, as our ancestors taught us: bread and salami are at the core of our tradition. We propose a complete set for cutting and serving these foods, distinguished by an unmistakable style, that for this line is inspired by the decoration that recalls the historical floral designs of Galvani’s productions of the 1920s, by the design of the Lamami knives and the bread basket in corncob husk.
Maiolica plates and a pitcher in the “Tradition of 1900”, with a typical Friulian floral pattern of blue and forget me not flowers. The plates can be used as a serving dish, but are also perfect as a furnishing accessory to hang on the wall. The plate is 24 cm in diameter and the pitcher is one litre and 17 cm in height circa.
The knives, one serrated for bread and the other for salami, have stainless steel blades and olive wood handles, and are presented in a practical case with exclusive packaging. Both the blades of the knives have a length of 14 cm.
The bread basket, result of the high craftsmanship of the production of the corncob husk, is an object for the kitchen but at the same time it can be a simple and effective furnishing accessory, suitable to also hold other objects. Dimensions of 30 x 21 x h 7 cm.
Products created using non-toxic colours and intended for food. They are dishwasher proof.
Possible imperfections or minor differences of the products compared to the photo indicate the high craftsmanship of a handmade product.
Galvani, the most important ceramic producer of our Region in the nineteenth century, inspired the production of Ceramiche Pezzetta.
Coltellerie Marcello Beltrame presents Lamami, an innovative and high profile range of knives designed to rediscover the love for the cutting and the joy to share a flavor; the name Lamami, in fact, is the combination of the two Italian words “Lama” (blade) and “Amami” (love me). The innovative and elegant Lamami line comprises various high quality pieces, related by their scope of use, and tied to an original concept, that of the “book” in which the tools can be kept after use and can be taken to different places.
The bread basket belongs to the local tradition of working with leaves of the corncob; different craftsmen make incredible artefacts, ranging from objects for the home to accessories for women. This production is completely handmade and that nowadays remains alive in very few places, the scus (workings of the corncob leaf) had a great success and demand until a few decades ago. Today there are still several artisans from the Val del Torre area (in the province of Udine) who carry on this tradition and offer marvellous creations.
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