Lulù per FILE

Presso l’atelier Fratelli Piccini di Ponte Vecchio 21/23 R a Firenze, Elisa Tozzi Piccini, amministratore delegato di Fratelli Piccini SpA e Donatella Carmi Bartolozzi, Presidente di FILE Fondazione Italiana di Leniterapia Onlus hanno presentato alla stampa il progetto beneficoLulù per FILE. In rappresentanza del Comune di Firenze è intervenuta Cristina Giachi, Vicesindaco e Assessore Educazione, Università e Ricerca del Comune di Firenze, che ha dichiarato: “Un’eccellenza del made in Florence si mette in gioco per un obiettivo nobilissimo, quello di sostenere l’assistenza ai malati oncologici condotta da anni, con passione e competenza, dalla Fondazione Italiana di Leniterapia. Un esempio da seguire che coniuga la migliore tradizione artigiana e imprenditoriale della città con il mondo della solidarietà e del volontariato.

Stefano Alinari

Stefano Alinari is an artist with solid training as a goldsmith, a training that he began in Florence at the Art Institute of Porta Romana and then matured under the guidance of excellent teachers. In 1988 he is ready to open his shop in via San Zanobi, n. 24/r, where he develops his artistic research “devoted to Beauty” and meets artists and writers in a place that has become a lively and active cultural center. In this laboratory are born precious jewels, unique pieces that focus on asymmetric fragmentation of the elements assembled into a harmonious, original whole, testifying to the conceptual designed unity.

A few words with Elisa Tozzi Piccini A woman with a great personality at the reigns of the prestigious Florentine Maison of fine Jewelry

When you imagine the CEO of a great company, with more than a hundred years of history and international success, you may be expecting something different, but then you meet Elisa and she surprises with each word she says. Comfortable in her jeans and T-shirt, taking a ride on the Harley Davidson, she looks perfect when she wears in a impeccable way the stunning jewelry from the family collection; she does everything in a very natural way, because this is how Elisa is: fascinating, curious, kind, passionate about her work and her family, thorough in any project she undertakes and that she personally supervises. Elisa has sparkling eyes.

Giusto Manetti Battiloro When the family gold represents the excellence of Made in Italy

The Manetti family has an antique story that begins in Florence in the ‘600, during the ruling of the Medici. The chronic recount that in 1602, a lightning has destroyed the golden ball from the dome of Santa Maria del Fiore and Matteo Manetti, one of the best goldsmiths of the time, was assigned to restore the dome; this wasn’t an easy task, but he finished in only a month and on September 18, 1602, he was appointed the “Opera Goldsmith” by the Grand Duke of Tuscany. Ever since then, the tradition of producing the “golden foil” was never interrupted in Florence and the “golden foil” produced by Giusto Manetti Battiloro has the noblest of origins: craftsmanship, the “know-how” of the antic Florentine “battiloro” that still today, provide the golden foil to artists, gilders, architects and artisans in order to guilt and restore churches, palaces, cathedrals, monuments, furniture, frames... and not only.

Angela Caputi

On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Florence capital of Italy (1865-1870), Angela Caputi pays tribute to the Baptistery of San Giovanni that...

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