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A Fornasetti Feast for you

A Fornasetti Feast for you

Here are some stunning and unusual objects for you to feast your eyes over, and if you dig deep enough into your pockets (they’d have to be pretty deep mind you), you could own a piece for yourself. The new range of limited edition Fornasetti objects by Bitossi have touched down in Enzed and were conceived by Barnaba Fornasetti, the son of Milanese painter, sculptor, interior decorator and engraver of books - Piero Fornasetti. 

Piero Fornasetti once said: “It is said that my pieces are created using secret methods… I laugh up my sleeve… my only real secret is the rigor with which I work.” 

Barnaba continues his father’s legacy of design with these works. Here’s a tiny taster for you...

left: Fornasetti vase with handles, right: Fornasetti vase - Tea Time. Both of these objects are plaster forms of a vases created by Piero Fornasetti in the 50's that never went into production but were discovered in the cellar by Barnaba

Left: Fornasetti vase with handles, right: Fornasetti vase - Tea Time. Both of these objects are plaster forms of a vases created by Piero Fornasetti in the 50's that never went into production but were discovered in the cellar by Barnaba.

To look at the rest of the range and perhaps snap up a piece for yourself, head to the designonline.co.nz and be sure to check out the Fornasetti website for some quirky and artistic navigating.

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