Chair handmade decorated with maiolica (11000000078585)

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Wrought iron chairs and Etna lava stone,
Ceramic and hand-decorated cladding, following the Sicilian Calatina art.
The decoration and colors can be agreed with the customer for the final realization of the requested work.Wrought iron chairs and Etna lava stone,
Ceramic and hand-decorated cladding, following the Sicilian Calatina art.
The decoration and colors can be agreed with the customer for the final realization of the requested work.





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OUR HISTORY
The Ligama da Caltagirone laboratory was born from the idea of ​​the artist Francesca Paneforte, granddaughter of Salvatore Ligama, renowned master of Caltagirone, as well as one of the last custodians of the ancient Caltagirone art,
Prof. Galvano and Maestro Renato Guttuso, fascinated by the artistic flair of the young man while he was modeling simple mud, proposed to keep his studies at the Caltagirone Institute of Art for Ceramics.
A serious accident totally compromised the use of his arm at a very young age. Nevertheless he did not give up, compensating with passion for his important impairment, so much so that they were then definitively
his qualities as an early skilled artist were recognized by Prof. Nicolò Barrano, commissioning him at the age of 14 the important work of the bust of Don Bosco, intended to adorn the roof of the Salesian College of St. Augustine in Caltagirone.
In 1994 he founded the first laboratory in Priolo Gargallo, also dedicating himself to teaching craft techniques and the confluence of the passion for art, training students with great prospects, especially his daughter Marina Ligama and granddaughter Francesca Paneforte.
The artistic flair, the traditional technical experience, and the vivid family passion have been inherited, and perpetuated today, by her granddaughter Francesca Paneforte, an established internationally renowned designer.OUR HISTORY
The Ligama da Caltagirone laboratory was born from the idea of ​​the artist Francesca Paneforte, granddaughter of Salvatore Ligama, renowned master of Caltagirone, as well as one of the last custodians of the ancient Caltagirone art,
Prof. Galvano and Maestro Renato Guttuso, fascinated by the artistic flair of the young man while he was modeling simple mud, proposed to keep his studies at the Caltagirone Institute of Art for Ceramics.
A serious accident totally compromised the use of his arm at a very young age. Nevertheless he did not give up, compensating with passion for his important impairment, so much so that they were then definitively
his qualities as an early skilled artist were recognized by Prof. Nicolò Barrano, commissioning him at the age of 14 the important work of the bust of Don Bosco, intended to adorn the roof of the Salesian College of St. Augustine in Caltagirone.
In 1994 he founded the first laboratory in Priolo Gargallo, also dedicating himself to teaching craft techniques and the confluence of the passion for art, training students with great prospects, especially his daughter Marina Ligama and granddaughter Francesca Paneforte.
The artistic flair, the traditional technical experience, and the vivid family passion have been inherited, and perpetuated today, by her granddaughter Francesca Paneforte, an established internationally renowned designer.




Why Choose Us



The magic of Ligama at your service.
Why choose our products?
Simple!

Because we want to create unique works tailored for you, following YOUR tastes!

Make your environment more comfortable with the magic of our works!The magic of Ligama at your service.
Why choose our products?
Simple!

Because we want to create unique works tailored for you, following YOUR tastes!

Make your environment more comfortable with the magic of our works!



11000000078585
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