Pottery may have roots in the most ancient rudimentary cultures, but in some places in the world, over centuries and through generations, it has been elevated to a true art form. Deruta, a little village nestled into an Italian hillside, is known for its master craftspeople who create Renaissance patterned colorfully hued decorative bowls.
Each of the ceramic bowls that make its way out of the village via Arte D’Italia Imports, are unique and none two are alike. The Deruta Collection features its crowning jewel, the Raffaellesco Shallow bowl. The artwork on these decorative pieces dates back countless generations with many craftspeople handing down the trade from generation to generation.
The Shallow bowl is food and dishwasher safe, but also perfect as a decorative item in the kitchen or dining room.