Quality craftsmen Modern processing techniques and high quality materials are the guarantee of an artifact of valuable artistic depth
<strong>LIBERATI ART CERAMICS</strong>

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Ceramiche d’Arte Liberati was born in Villamagna (Ch – Abruzzo) in 1980 from the young master Giuseppe Liberati. It has always boasted a very varied production of ceramics ranging from a single piece to a series product, tradition and innovation go hand in hand, with the aim of always achieving the highest quality in all artistic artefacts produced. The more traditional production, made not only with refined technical execution and with particular study of shape, color and decoration, is affected by the best regional tradition of ceramics in Abruzzo, the other more creative and personal born from the belief that research must have a primary role because also ceramics must open up to the time in which it operates. For the creation of unique pieces with a modern design, enamels of their own composition are used which are often enriched with crystals, 3rd firing interventions with pure gold, platinum and / or metallic luster, raku processing technique and recycled materials. Furthermore, a production that uses digital fire printing, the so-called digital art, has been adopted for several years. All objects are made in-house by skilled artisans; modern processing techniques and high quality materials are the guarantee of an artifact of valuable artistic depth.

Inside the laboratory you can observe all the working phases of ceramics: manual modeling, lathe, colombino, casting and press shaping, as well as the creation of plaster models and molds, decoration made entirely by hand and with the technique of digital printing with indelible fire, as well as the most particular processes like the technique of reflections, lustres and raku.

Today, the laboratory with almost 40 years of experience in the field of artistic craftsmanship continues its business with the entry, for some years now, of the second generation of the Liberati family. Sons of the art of the master potters Giuseppe and Assunta, they grew up in the workshop where from an early age they had the privilege of playing with clay, brushes and colors. The creativity, the artistic soul and the innovation in the DNA of the “young” ensure that the laboratory continues to be a reality in step with the times, between tradition and innovation. Thus the “small workshop” has become a “large laboratory” capable of representing the excellence of Italian ceramics in the world.