From forging iron for candlesticks to turning clay from a lagoon into pots, all Campo de’ Fiori pieces are handmade in Mexico. Bronze objects and accessories are composed through sand casting, a very old technique in which bronze is heated in a crucible and the shape is formed inside sand.
Elegant candlelit globes and lanterns strike the perfect mood on a table or a terrace. Individually handblown, the company’s charming glass orbs, decorative spheres, and hurricane lanterns are like nothing you’ve encountered before.
Into the Woods
A veritable menagerie of playful garden creatures springs forth from Marmolina, a mix of marble and cement. Campo de’ Fiori owner Robin Norris adapted the casting technique after finding a centuries-old dove, composed of the same materials, in a Belgian marketplace.
Better with Age
The beautiful patina of Campo de’ Fiori terracotta pottery is achieved through a labor-intensive process in which live moss is aged for three to five months in a greenhouse. After going dormant it revives, like magic, and begins to grow again as soon as you plant your pot.