Classic or in unusual and pungent colours, at the top of a craftsmanship culture rooted in the centuries
Arianna is the handicraft workshop in
Campo Ligure, not far from Genoa, which produces exclusive cashmere articles on
antique shuttle looms from the 19th century. These are precious niche products
of a high quality recognised by many customers in Italy and abroad (we have
already had occasion to talk about in this blog).
In addition to stoles and foulards,
which are also available on the Palatifini.it e-commerce platform, there are also
scarves with a historical classic look in warm, soft tones, or proposed in more
unusual and pungent colour combinations and patterns. "Our scarves are
appreciated by a very diverse public, from the elegant to the trendy man, from
the professional to the casual, from the chic and sophisticated woman to the
simple, soapy one,' says Rosa Anna Minetto, who runs the workshop with her
daughter Cinzia Oliveri.