Busatti + Interior Monolgue: Donna Napkins- GREY (set of 4)
Exclusive design by Busatti for Interior Monologue.
The Donna di Coppe fabric is a classic from Busatti with a lengthy history. This fabric has been found on Italian tables for years, and even was used for theater curtains at one point in history. These napkins are simple, elegant, and finely crafted, sure to become a staple at your dining table.
40 x 40cm
Materials: 60% Linen, 40% Cotton
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At Interior Monologue, we believe handmade is the best made. Our mission is to provide a collection of makers that you can trust – handmade excellence and ethical production. We think it’s important to understand who made the things we love. Our hope is that this collection connects you directly with our favorite makers and their one-of-a-kind stories.
Busatti is a family business, passed down through generations since 1842. Based out of Tuscany, in Anghiari, Busatti produces handcrafted fabrics from natural linen/flax and cotton and they are committed to using traditional Renaissance practices in their production process. Above all else, this family business is committed to maintaining eight generations of exceptional weaving from Busatti. The high quality fibers used by Busatti are entirely made in Italy. Dyeing is processed on the fiber, not on the bolt, to grant a longer durability and brilliance of colors.
MAKER STORY: Busatti + Interior Monologue
Busatti is all about family. There is nothing I love more than coming across a brand that is family run and built upon generations of excellence. When I met Giovanni Busatti and his two sons, Livio and Stefano, I immediately knew this company was a perfect addition to the Interior Monologue family.
Busatti is built upon a long legacy of excellence in weaving. The company dates back to 1842 and it has remained a family business for eight generations. They are currently in the process of passing the baton to the ninth generation of leadership. The history of the Busatti family is fascinating. They trace their roots in Anghiari all the way back to 1755 when the family was drawn to the region for economic potential. Anghiari is a medieval town, located about an hour and a half drive from Florence, Italy. The family built a general store in Anghiari that was later occupied by the Napoleonic army in 1797. The army set up a woolen mill in the basement of the occupied Busatti store. When the French army left, the Busatti’s inherited the weaving machinery and this was the start of the long legacy of Busatti weavers. I love knowing that each Busatti product comes with a rich history of excellent craftsmanship and expert weavers.
Busatti maintains Renaissance era production practices till this day and they use high quality natural fibers entirely made in Italy.
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