Creator of wonders

We like to think of Lupinella as a vermilion-haired nymph. Discreet and reserved, a lover of impenetrable places. At each step, the flower of the same name grows, pushing its purple blossom towards the sky. Red is its colour, the same as the clays of Montelupo Fiorentino, the birthplace of our family of ceramists, whose name recalls legends and fairy tales linked to the ‘prince of the woods’.
This is how we like to think of Lupinella, a dryad of the forests, progeny of wolves, living emanation of the most authentic nature, but not without its hard-working creator connected to the earth, capable of manipulating the gifts of nature in artefacts of authentic beauty.