From the famed Amalfi Coast, Campagna, our flagship dinnerware, offers endless possibilities for artistic entertaining with colorful patterns that capture the vitality of the Italian countryside. Our newest design, Cane, features whimsical handpainted pups playfully running through a seaside garden in Positano on the Campagna Cane Mug.Product Dimensions: 3.5"H, 12 oz
Dishwasher 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.
Microwave Safe - The temperature of VIETRI pieces may vary after microwave use due to the handmade nature of quality, natural clays. Thus, as with all products used in a microwave, please use the following precautions:
- Terra Cotta - A red clay that is traditionally the most commonly used. The properties tend to best showcase depth, saturation, and richness of colors.
Solimene - Using centuries-old traditions, the artisans of Campania are true visionaries. With entirely handpainted collections depicting animals and motifs of Mediterranean culture, their whimsical designs have delighted the entire world. Based in Vietri sul Mare on the Amalfi Coast, the factory that brings us Campagna opened in 1947, and the business has been passed down through many generations. The skilled artisans work in an incredible, curving, avant-garde building covered in ceramic tiles, and the work done within those undulating walls is some of the world’s best.
Campania - Campania is one of the southernmost regions of Italy. With over 200 miles of rocky coastline, its beachside towns along the Amalfi Coast are some of the most visited in the world. Known for its architecture, music, ancient sites, and natural beauty, Campania is where VIETRI got its start.
INSPIRED BY ITALY
Our designs honor Italian craftsmanship
VIETRI artisans follow ancient practices - using simple materials to create forms that pulse with life. Rooted in this tradition, we use modern techniques to create new designs and products.