Amalfi Ceramic Art Collection was individually hand-painted by an Italian master artist and ceramicist. The exclusive Amalfi Ceramic Art Collection is for those who love antipasti and acquiring heirlooms.
Tableware has never been more enchanting. A leisurely stroll through the lemon groves of Amalfi’s Path of the Gods, sipping on chilled limoncello and watching the sunset hanging over the shimmering Mediterranean. That was the inspiration behind Kumari Govender’s latest Amalfi Collection for hauteedit.com
The Amalfi Collection combines unrivaled Italian craftsmanship and the human hand in a striking design collaboration with Amalfi’s renowned artist, Pasquale Sorrentino. Every unit in the collection is shaped using the techniques of “Tornio”, hand-painted by him and bear his initials as a testament to your contribution in supporting an ancient art.
Borrowing heavily from the delicate craft and the scenic beauty of the Amalfi coast of Italy, the namesake Haute Edit collection is an ideal investment for connoisseurs who value the labour that goes into creating heirloom masterpieces from scratch.
“This distinctively Italian Amalfi collection reaffirms my commitment to storytelling through heritage craftsmanship and celebrates my love for art and age-old techniques,” says founder Kumari Govender.
The Limoncello range is vibrant, fresh, and yellow, reminiscent of the “kiss of the sun” that depicts the taste of the liqueur. The Blu Pavone range runs all the way across the rainbow to embrace hues of blue. With these adorning your table, you can be forgiven if you preen like a peacock at your parties. Both ranges boast an antipasto plate, an aperitivo plate, and a pasta bowl.
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