Local Arts & Crafts

StudioZero Vetro, handmade Murano glass jewels

unique handcrafted jewellery made from Murano glass

Address: Via Borra 33, Venezia District, Livorno
Postcode: 57123
Telephone: +(39) 348 8738717

Fabbro Ferraio di Quochi Filippo, artisan blacksmith in Livorno, Italy

artisan blacksmith

Address: Piazza XI Maggio 24, Livorno
Postcode: 57122
Telephone: +(39) 0586 423679, +(39) 335 5339895 (mobile)

L'Arte di Creare, arts & crafts in Livorno, Tuscany, Italy

equipment for arts and crafts, decoupage

Address: Via Goldoni 37/39
Postcode: 57125
Telephone: +(39) 3299650204

Laboratorio d'arte di Cristina Piombanti, artistic ceramic designs in Livorno, Italy

artistic hand-made and decorated ceramics

Address: Via San Gaetano 33, Livorno
Postcode: 57125
Telephone: +(39) 3291636534

Legno e Mare, hand-crafted olive wood in Livorno, Tuscany, Italy

handmade olive wood articles, retail & wholesale

Address: Gabriele Cheli, Via Luigi Salmi 17, Livorno
Postcode: 57121
Telephone: +(39) 0586 406453, cell +(39) 3470799002

Pesce Fresco, art workshop in Livorno, Tuscany, Italy

original art works from reclaimed materials

Address: Stefano Pilato, Borgo dei Cappuccini 71, Livorno
Postcode: 57100
Telephone: +(39) 3287210546

Schubert, fine arts supplies, Livorno, Italy

fine art & drawing supplies

Address: Corso Amedeo 69, Livorno
Postcode: 57125
Telephone: +(39) 0586 1861233

Made in Livorno

Made in Livorno - Murano Glass Jewels by Caterina ZucchiMade in Livorno - Murano Glass Jewels by Caterina ZucchiSeeking out local arts and crafts in Livorno

Away from Livorno’s main shopping centre, in places that you would probably never find by accident, there are a number of small shops and workshops where some very creative Livornese ladies spend their time channelling their artistic energies into making a surprising variety of highly original handmade objects. These inspirational objects include individual hand-painted ceramics, cleverly printed photographic images, and original hand-made glass jewellery.  Read more about these resourceful ladies here, and if you like what you see, you could look them up when you come to Livorno.

Stefano Pilato

Stefano Pilato with his Ray Fish sculptures and Enjoy Cacciucco t-shirt designStefano Pilato with his Ray Fish sculptures and Enjoy Cacciucco t-shirt designIn the heart of one of Livorno’s most traditional districts -  Il Borgo - lies the workshop where Stefano Pilato creates his unique sculpture-designs, most with a marine flavour. In fact his shop is called Pesce Fresco (‘fresh fish’). All his sculptures are made from reclaimed materials, from driftwood, to nuts and bolts, and even abandoned computer mouses which he made into squid!

Stefano was born  in Livorno in 1965 and grew up in the Borgo Cappuccini district. He began drawing when he was a child, and cultivated a love of design and architecture through his studies at the Istituto d’Arte in Pisa.

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