Soffieria De Carlini was established in 1947, just after the end of Second World War, with a great desire to make, produce, and offer to Italy and Italians one more reason to hope and believe in the future.
Enrico De Carlini decided to create a glassworks after inheriting an artistic vein from his father who had been trained at the Brera Academy—one of the top fine arts schools in Italy. Enrico strived to create objects as delicate and precious as the peace and freedom that Italy had restored at such a high cost.
Since then, Soffieria De Carlini’s Christmas ornaments—each being a unique mouth-blown, hand-decorated work—convey the joy, hope, and peace of the sweetest and warmest holiday of the year. It embodies the poetry of an art unchanged over time.
Just ask Rosetta, Giuliano, Luca, and Sabrina about feeling immersed in such a poetic work throughout the year.
Their smiles speak louder than any word.