The hand-painted Pappagallo, Italian for “parrot,” is derived from a classic Tuscan design dating back to the early 17th century. Fragments of ceramics dating back to the early 1600s depicting the “Pappagallo of Montelupo” are on display at The Museum of Archaeology and Ceramics of Montelupo. Each of our Pappagallo platters, bowls, and dishes was hand-painted in Montelupo Fiorentino, located outside Florence, Tuscany, famous for its ceramics.
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