Maiolica’s Top Best Seller Summer Picks From Across The Mediterranean
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 30th July 2019: Maiolica, the Dubai based e-commerce platform for handmade homeware and all things Mediterranean has launched its summer collection bringing together the highest quality of niche yet authentic homeware and home décor, to the UAE.
With its carefully handpicked tabletop, dinnerware and table accessories, Maiolica promises you a vibrant summer collection which will add a hint of colour to your dinner table.
Maiolica’s Top Best Sellers Summer Picks
Maremoro’s Special Face Decorated Plates
This special Caltagirone ceramic artistic plates were designed with love and passion. The production process is very delicate and the plate becomes like a blank canvas where the artistic work is painted.
The Maremoro’s special face plate collection radiates summer vibes and its popping colour palette will surely surprise your guests. This unique plate collection could also be used as decorative pieces around the house or as a striking wall displays as advised by Maiolica’s experts.
Maremoro’s Moor Heads (The Young Lovers)
Maremoro’s ‘Young Lovers’ capsule collection of Moor’s Heads took its vibrant colours from love and was created to exalt love. It symbolises an ancient Sicilian romantic legend that tells the tale of a powerful, burning passion.
The ‘Young Lovers’ are available in two sizes: 14cm and 23cm
Bitossi Diseguale Glasses (tumblers and goblets)
These special Bitossi sets of nuance glassware will standout on any table. From modern drinkware and innovative silhouettes, handmade from the finest grade of glass, this collection of functional art illuminates more than just your dining and kitchen space and will surely lift a room. The Bitossi Diseguale glasses ‘literally meaning Unequal’ come in different color palettes like nuance blue/green, amber/pink.
Ichendorf Venezia Ottico Water Tumbler
This refined crystal-clear blown Borosilicate transparent glass is brought to you by Ichendorf Milano, a company that began back in the early years of the twentieth century in a small town near Cologne, named Quadrath-Ichendorf. There, many master-glaziers used a mix of substance, among which was silica, to give shape to objects which met the refined taste of that period.
Get your summer tableware and home décor in order and visit www.maiolica.ae for further information or follow Maiolica on Facebook @Maiolica.ae and Instagram @themaiolica.