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Tag Archives: Florence
Fight winter grays with a bit of color from some special Italian designers….nothing is an easier “pick-me-up” than going shopping and mixing lots of bright colors in the bag … like whimsical purple, sweet oranges, hot red, icy blue and … Continue reading
The refreshing colors of the Italian spring are embodied in this sweet little Mimi Me version of the FORTUNATA Italian leather handbag. The Iris flower in varying shades of purple is the symbol of Florence, fields of this majestic bloom … Continue reading
By Donna Scharangl Yes, it is gray and dreary outside. But inside we are electric with energy! All December we had designers and seamstresses coming in and out of the office, trailing a long line of Pierotucci “wanna be” exclusives … Continue reading
Do you need help? How to search for a leather jacket which is perfect and not too expensive? About two weeks ago I was traveling through Avignone , in the south of France, and stopped to do a bit of … Continue reading
Can you guess what the Summer Solstice, a Gnomon, Mr. Toscanelli and Florence, Italy have in common?
This would be a much easier question if you knew why the summer solstice is so important, then you need to know that a Gnomon is not one of those short little ceramic guys that you nestle into your garden … Continue reading
San Miniato al Monte is directly above Piazza Michelangelo & is one of #Pierotucci ‘s special spots to watch over #Florence. Just look at the view.
Post & Co leather belts are handmade by master craftsmen in Tuscany, honouring the quality and the integrity of “Made in Italy”. A selection of quality Italian made material such as belt buckles, tanned leathers, strong canvas and cord are … Continue reading