Family, here begins the story of FiammettaV.
In 1818 the Duchess Maria Beatrice d’Este authorised the Vanelli family to extract Carrara marble. Here begins the story of FiammettaV. The art of marble has been handed down from generation to generation: from father to daughter. Today, FiammettaV, with its Home Collection and the new jewellery collection, has brought a contemporary twist to the tradition of marble.
Quality, artisanal masterpieces from the finest stone.
FiammettaV Home Collection has been entirely created by the craftsmanship and the culture of the Apuan Mountains. Artisanal masterpieces created from the finest stone. Thanks to international signatures, marble enters everyday life, with a line dedicated to those who love the expression of the artist. The idea is to use high quality Carrara and foreign marbles on a small scale to create new forms. The marbles from the family quarries then become exclusive pieces of furniture and design.
Design, marble is created beyond its classical destination.
Objects for kitchens and bathrooms, home decor, jewellery - all created with an eye towards the future, but with his feet firmly planted on the land of his family: Carrara. Marble is created beyond its classical destination. The feminine sensibility is the cornerstone of all her production - precious marble declined in everyday objects for home, restaurant or special occasions: each piece wants you to enjoy the moment.
It is with great pleasure that FiammettaV participates in the Salone del Mobile from June 7th to 12th 2022 in collaboration with Bonotti Marmi, a company located in Carrara, just a few steps away from Fiammetta’s Salotto.
Bonotti Marmi has been working marble for 3 generations - they started with mosaics, then moved on to tiles and slabs - and offers the best marble, quartzite, granite, stone and onyx from every corner of the planet.
Between FiammettaV and Bonotti Marmi there is a bond of friendship as well as work. And the one at the Salone is not the first collaboration between the two brands: FiammettaV made chopping boards with Fantastico Arni marble from Bonotti’s quarries.
At the Salone del Mobile Bonotti Marmi will present the ‘Mediterraneo Surfaces’ project, a line of ceramic slabs that recall the texture of marble.
A project born 5 years ago to meet customers’ need for a durable product, resistant over the years, but with availability and uniformity that natural stone unfortunately cannot guarantee - those who choose natural stone are looking for a unique, unrepeatable product, something created by nature: a work of art.
Bonotti has worked hard on the graphic study of these ceramic slabs, going beyond what is currently available on the market.
In the Mediterraneo Surfaces catalogue it is possible to find 50 different colours and 5 more will be added during the year. The processing of ceramics makes it possible to have colours that cannot be found naturally because they have disappeared or simply because the quarries from which the material was extracted have been closed.
Dani Marmi - from Florence - and Rigo Marmi - from Milan - who do not sell raw material but do the processing, will also be present at our stand.