It is appropriate that 'Bellezza' is the Italian word for 'Beautiful'. Bellezza is a top-selling collection and favorite among brides because of its combination of embossing, harmonious designs, and durability for microwave, oven and dishwasher use! Tuscan artisans use 13th century techniques with antique embossing tools to create the intricate details that grace both the front and back of this richly handcrafted cappuccino cup. The glazes, in five inviting colors, are handwashed to reveal the terra cotta below the surface, enhancing Bellezza's warmth and handcrafted appeal.
- Glazed finish
- Microwave safe
Material & Care
- Dishwasher safe
This item is part of the collection: Bellezza Celadon
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