Pierotucci selection of Italian Artisans
A selection of quality products made by artisans in Italy – highlighting the innovative flair which Italians are well known for on the international market.
Pierotucci, a name renowned for their meticulous attention to details, have joined together with a few select Italian artisans. These select partners have several elements in common with Pierotucci, producing leather handbags and accessories for over 40 years:
- Handmade in Italy
- Quality products
- Innovative design
- Representative of a tradition
Pierotucci invites you to tour Italy by browsing the pages of our website to view these excellent artists and their products. Rest assured that they offer the same quality that you are used to with Pierotucci.
PORSELLI - Milan
Soft and comfortable, Made in Italy E. Porselli - Street Ballet Flats are an example of perfection in the dance world. Recognized on an international level Porselli has a long and active history of making ballet flats
SPELTA MILANO - Milan
The Spelta brand was born in 1967 in Milan. In the early 80s the Spelta hand stitched ballerina ballet flat shoes became a phenomenon in Milan, thanks to the master mix of attention to style and to craftsmanship.
Marco Giusti lives and works among the splendid Chianti hills, a sculptor who, since 1980, has put at the service of his art a symbol of the craftsmanship of this area: leather.
Among the products available, not least, we have the necklaces and bracelets, real works of art to wear. A rich section is dedicated to the collection of ties and bow ties, characterized by a timeless style.
Superb Limited Edition numbered handcrafted products made in Italy from a vegetable tanned leather using a unique dyeing process. No two pieces are the same which makes these spectacular accessories something to be treasured.
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SANDRO TEMIN Leather Gloves - Napoli
Italian Craftsmanship is renowned all over the world for its quality, beauty and exquisite detailing.
Every Italian region has their own specialized area of leather production. From a centuries old tradition every Italian craftsmanwould have had an apprentice to learn theart of craftsmanship. In this way it is only the master craftsman and his apprentice who own the secrets to this very special art.