Handpainted Porcelain at Picta, an Artisanal Shop in Rome

Marina Graziana at Picta Porcelain in RomeAdd another Rome artisan to my list of favorites: Marina Graziana, the artist behind Picta Porcellane.

Located in a small workshop around the corner from Campo dei Fiori, Marina handpaints porcelain cups, bowls, saucers, vases, and more. Her designs range from classic and elegant to fun and whimsical. And the prices—starting at about €15 euros for a small saucer or ashtray—aren't bad.

But I'll let the pictures do the talking.

Handpainted porcelain from Picta, an artisanal shop in Rome(Too cute—and as you can see, the mid-sized plate is €20)

Vases at Picta Porcelain in Rome(I'm loving these fun & girly vases)

Dishes from handpainted porcelain shop in Rome(And this striped dish collection—which also comes in green, yellow, red…)

 (Just in case you thought everything in the store was pink)

Artisanal porcelain shop in Rome, Picta(Marina with her many creations)

Picta Porcellane is open from Monday to Saturday, from 10am to 7:30pm. It's located at Via dei Cappellari 11, right off Campo dei Fiori.


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1 comment

  1. I’m definitely going to check this out the next time I’m out there… which will likely be tonight 🙂 Recommended Open Baladin to some travelers and somehow I became the organizer.

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