thatsArte.com, the leading online destination for handmade Italian ceramics, launches two new product lines: handmade clay pots and a luxury collection of Italian dĂ©cor accents, serveware and tiles.
Online PR News – 11-May-2012 – Italy – ThatsArte.com has recently introduced two new product lines to its comprehensive catalogue: handmade clay pots and Francesca Niccacciâ€™s luxurious decoration ceramics, tiles and serving pieces.
thatsArte.com new clay pot collection successfully pairs great cooking performance with the timeless charm of Tuscan pottery.
The clay pots are entirely handmade and hand painted by ND Dolfi, a family run pottery studio based in Montelupo Fiorentino whose production stands out for its high end distinctiveness and the innovative approach to traditional techniques.
The excellent heat distribution property of Tuscan earthenware is complemented by the warm colors from the rural landscape of the region. The result is a perfect match of function and beauty.
ThatsArte.com claypots are safe on the stove top as well as in any kind of oven. They heat slowly, retain the heat and cook evenly and thoroughly, requiring less fat and preserving food nutrients. They are designed to cook stews, risotto, beans, sauces, soups, casseroles as well as any kind of braised and roasted dish. The company highly recommends to use them for serving too as they keep food warm for a long time while adding being a luxurious addition to any table setting.
The new clay pots are available in 6 patterns and 2 different shapes: a stew and risotto clay pot and a generously sized soup clay pot, each coming with its own heat diffuser. All terracotta pots get better and stronger with use, becoming a treasured family piece over time.
In the constant effort to provide its Customers with the best pottery Italy has to offer, thatsArte.com proudly announces the introduction of Francesca Niccacciâ€™s work to its product lines.
To Deruta ceramic collectors, Francesca Niccacciâ€™s pieces are the ultimate object of desire. Her painstaking scenes, so rich in character and details, her portraits and elaborate scrolls evoke the splendors of Italian Renaissance.
thatArte.com has commissioned to the artist, who lives and works in Deruta, a large number of ceramic decoration accents - wall plates, wall hangings, centerpieces, plaques and urns â€“ hand painted tiles, serving bowls and platters.
They represent a valuable addition to the company 5000+ piece collection of high end Italian pottery and are a step forward in establishing thatsArte.com as the worldâ€™s leading online destination for handmade and bespoke Italian ceramics.