When hands meet clay and then clay meets color, magic happens. The magic of Deruta.
Precious drawings that have been handed down for centuries, inspired by great masters of Italian art such as Raphael, Pinturicchio and Perugino. Volutes, noble motifs, floral and natural decorations. Ceramic collections that bring the past into the future, renewing the color of time and making it shine at the table and beyond.
Contemporary, modern, creative chromatic ideas that demonstrate how Deruta majolica can still be an art of all and for everyone. An explosion of colour grafted into the clay that makes the decorated ceramics an undisputed decorative protagonist. For those who do not want to abandon tradition, but rather give it a new edge.
Services and accessories for the table
Even setting a table is a form of art. Choosing to do it with ceramics hand painted in Deruta is both a sophisticated choice. For lunches that become timeless rituals, for special meetings where eating becomes a shared gesture, many services and accessories in which each piece is truly unique.
Patterns and ornaments
The visual and symbolic power of ceramic pottery from Deruta, classic but at the same time contemporary, to decorate your home and adorn your walls. Tradition and pride from Umbria all over the world, Deruta majolica is a precious gift to make oneself and to give, one which will never go unnoticed.
The table is a must in every home. A functional, useful piece of furniture, to use when alone as well as in company. Our hand painted ceramic tables are an extraordinay unique piece which will transform a room into an artistic space. Every breakfast, lunch & dinner will become an unforgettable moment, thanks to the beautiful colours & the charm of Umbrian creativity.
Who we are
Where art and culture
meet in material.
Ceramiche Artistiche Gialletti Giulio Snc, founded in 1959 by Virgilio and Giulio Gialletti, has always based its production on the classic styles from Deruta, painted by their skilled workers capable of reviving the Deruta tradition of the artistic Renaissance majolica, without ever neglecting the search for new forms and patterns.
The intervention was carried out with the support of the POR-FESR Umbria 2014-2020 funds – Act. 3.3.1 – new tools to promote the internationalisation paths of Umbrian SMEs.