Vi.Bi. Ceramics: twenty years of beauty

Here is a gallery dedicated to ceramic vases and decorative objects made by Turin-based company Vi.Bi.

Vi.Bi. was founded in 1952 by Giuseppe Vallini and Giuseppe Vaccon, who made and sold ceramic artifacts for twenty years, also thanks to collaborations with artists such as Mario Mesini, born in Modena, and Elsa Lagorio, born in Turin and one of the talents behind Lenci.

In 1972, Vi.Bi. shut down. But its products continue to exist, resistant and beautiful.


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