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Capodimonte porcelain is the highest and most perfect example in the Italian artistic ceramics field and one of the artistic artisanal products most appreciated in the world thanks to the mastery of the manufacturing and care for details.
The name “Capodimonte” is essentially linked to the city of Naples and, in particular, to the kingdom of Charles III of Bourbon who, in 1743, built a factory on a hill nearby the royal palace named after Capodimonte, in order to manufacture a porcelain which would be of the same high quality as the European ones, the top one being Messein’s.
The “Capodimonte” collection proposed by Principe reflects the typical style of this school, inspired by everyday life, with particular reference to last century’s rural life.

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