Incanto, a beloved classic for over 10 years, is handcrafted of terra marrone clay and finished in a beautiful white glaze complemented by a subdued charcoal hue (due to the type of clay). Each piece is handpainted by maestro artisans allowing subtle brushstrokes to complete the design.
Incanto Stone, handcrafted by the same maestro artisans, is made of a highly durable stoneware making it chip resistant, and available in a crisp white as well as aqua finish.
Both collections are handcrafted in Veneto and dishwasher, microwave, freezer, and oven safe. Although both collections come in the same series of designs (Stripe, Baroque, Ruffle, Lace, Pleated), not all pieces are currently offered in both Incanto and Incanto Stone. The distinct difference between the two is the design aspect based on the clay type. One can either choose the bright white with subtle undertones of Incanto or the crisp white and aqua of Incanto Stone. It really is up to you!
Curious about your collection? Flip your piece over. If you see black clay, it is Incanto. If you see white clay, it is Incanto Stone.
Iconic figural sea turtles return to the table in melamine fit for seaside dining. Lightweight yet sturdy with a glossy finish, this collection is ideal for outdoor use or meals with children.
Dishwasher Safe, not Microwave Safe - We recommend using a non-fragrant/non-citrus, non-abrasive detergent on the air dry cycle (or econo heat when available). It is recommended to place the dishes so they avoid touching during the high pressure dishwashing and as such we recommend you do not overload the dishwasher. All dishes should be dried thoroughly before being stored.
Melamine - Lightweight yet sturdy with a glossy finish, our 100% melamine is BPA free and ideal for outdoor use or meals with children.
Veneto: Veneto is situated in the northeastern corner of Italy. Home to Venice, rivers, lagoons, mountains, hills, and plains, the area is diverse and robust in history. Its close proximity to other countries and cultures has made it a unique region in Italy, and its ceramic production is distinctive and irreplaceable.