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Pennellato a Mano Chiarastella Lavanda
Pennellato a Mano Chiarastella
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Product description

Hand brushed: It’s the typical technique used in the making of Vietri ceramics to produce single coloured tiles. It is realized with the stroke of a large brush which leaves irregular streaks of colour. The streaks in different tonalities are a distinctive trait of this procedure, the so-called pennellata (the italian for brush stroke).

Material: hand-decorated double-fire tiles (also available in handmade cotto, stoneware and anti-slip, if requested)
Francesco De Maio production: handicraft (double-fire and cotto handmade) and Industrial (stoneware and anti-slip)
Finishing: Smooth
Sizes: 5x5cm - 10x10cm - 13x13cm - 20x20cm - 5x20cm - 7x20cm -- 10x20cm - 10x30cm - 6,5x26cm - 20x60cm - 30x30cm - 53x53cm
Spessore: 10 mm - 12mm (30x30cm, 53x53cm)
Composizione: 1pz
Complementary pieces: Pennellato a Mano can be combined with the decorations in various colours and sizes.
Colours: Lavanda
Pennellato a Mano is sold in box of 1mq (or 1,12mq).
Intended use: internal and external (stoneware and anti-slip) walls and floors, domestic and non domestic environments.
Technical features: Resistant to sudden changes of temperature (stoneware and anti-slip), easy to clean.

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The need for a new set of whispered, delicate and ethereal colours has been created especially to use the colour on walls, where the charm and warmth of the handmade brushwork can be appreciated more. The Pennellati a Mano Chiarastella are more modern and well express the pastel effect, especially on rectangular shaped tiles. These colours are obtained by mixing a series of powdered pigments, according to ancient craft techniques. Once ready, the colour is distributed according to the ancient procedure of pennellato a mano (the italian for hand-brushed) on the Bianco Vietri glaze, when still unfired, where it will react during the long cooking process which generates the great alchemy of Vietri ceramics. The hand-brushed palette, full of Pennellati a Mano Classici, allows the realization of a wide range of decorations characterized by several colour combinations.