Monday, June 22, 2009

Devis Capodimonte New Collections 2009

Ceramiche Devis is having new collections for 2009. Some of its Capodimonte new collections include candle holders, lamps, bases, flower center piece, mirror sets, figurines, 4 seasons plates and a lot more. Please visit the official sites to see it live! Have a wonderful shopping experience at Devis Ceramiche!

Official Sites:
Ceramiche Devis-The Art of Ceramics
Devis since 1968-Original Geniune Capodimonte

Below are pictures of the new 2009 collections.

Monday, June 15, 2009

Devis Capodimonte celebrate 40 years in the Capodimonte business

Devis Capodimonte celebrated 40 years in the Capodimonte business last 2008. Since the conception of the business in 1968, the company had already expanded to the USA. It claimed its success due to its originality, customer service and competitive prices in the market.

Please visit the official sites for more information about the company and their products. Simply click the links below and you are there! Happy shopping!

Official Sites:
Ceramiche Devis-The Art of Ceramics
Devis since 1968-Original Geniune Capodimonte

Monday, June 8, 2009

Where To Find Ceramiche Devis in Italy

Are you ready to shop for your Porcelain and Ceramic Collections! Please click the photos to get a larger view! Have fun shopping! See you there!

Monday, June 1, 2009

Ceramiche Devis- Company Profile

We started to create ceramic master pieces in 1968. Our ceramics are best in quality, uniqueness and distinct design.It is a family owned company,with a branch in the USA. Our originality is our success.

If there is in Italy a kind of china that is universally loved and known, this is certainly the one of Capodimonte: delightful statuettes bursting with life and popular grace but, above all, the highly delicate roses, are a real wonder of lightness. Today, some of the followers of this very special style pass down the secret of these gentle flowers in their works, giving us unexpected springs. The firm Ceramiche Devis is based in Nove, in the Vicenza province, the town where Bassano ceramics was born.

Yet, the ultralight Neapolitan style must have really conquered the firm, which treasures the inheritance of ancient master craftsmen and at the same time has revived it with technical innovations introduced over years of work.Now the enterprise successfully operates on the European and non-European market, offering a wide range of products for furnishing the home: basket, vases, candelabra, mirrors, lamps, tea-sets…
And the most fascinating activity of the firm is just the creation of flowers in the Capodimonte style, handcrafted by most skilful “florist” who have handed down all the secrets of the trade from generation to generation. Expert hands create this impalpable delicacy and succeed in keeping production costs at a medium-low level.

Friday, May 8, 2009

Unique Capodimonte Collections

I have here some photos of Capodimonte for you to see. I know that a lot of people still don't have any idea of what it is. I hope to share more photos of capodimonte next time. Here are some of the unique collections of Ceramiche Devis. Feel free to visit their official sites located on the sidebar for more unique capodimonte collections.

beautifully design Capodimonte Porcelain Collections from Italy

Friday, May 1, 2009

Capodimonte Porcelain Blog

This a blog is about Capodimonte Porcelain and other porcelain and ceramic collections. You can find below the history of capodimonte and how it exist. I will be showing you pictures of capodimonte in my next post. I know that there are still a lot of people who don't know what are capodimonte. I will also post here in a few days, a factory that makes Capodimonte Porcelain.

History of Capodimonte
Capodimonte porcelain actually dates back centuries. The first pieces fired by this company were produced in Naples, Italy from 1759 to 1780 at the Royal Factory, according to the Capodimonte Limited website.

“The Capodimonte name was synonymous with the finest quality Neapolitan porcelain and ceramics from that period onward,” the site explains. The Royal Factory, which no longer exists, came to being when King Charles of Naples married Maria Amalia. She was the granddaughter of Augustus II, who in addition to being the King of Poland, also founded the first European hard paste porcelain factory in Meissen, Germany.

King Charles developed a curiosity about porcelain through his new wife’s family. This interest turned into a passion that led to many years of research and development before the Royal Factory came about.

Once the formula for porcelain paste was perfected, many skilled craftsmen and artisans, both men and women, worked to produce fine Capodimonte pieces. Plates, vases, small and large bowls, tea and coffee cups, large and small jugs, sugar bowls, tea caddies, teapots, snuff-boxes, and walking stick handles mounted in gold are among the fine pieces produced at the factory in Italy.

The factory eventually moved to Spain and back to Italy again several decades later under the direction of King Charles’ son, Ferdinand. During this period, the shape, style and decoration of the porcelain production was similar to that of the original Capodimonte factory.

Thanks for Pamela Wiggins for sharing the history of Capodimonte at

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