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There are many shops throughout the center to entice you with countless lovely items. We've selected just a top 5 gifts from Florence to guide your shopping in the city, but of course there are always more ideas hiding around every corner! Enjoy exploring the streets and shopping in Florence: No, they created works of art in Local girls in florence, silver and precious gemstones for private families but mostly for the Church and for use by public officials during ceremonies. If you want to take a look at these precious works of art from the past, just head to Palazzo Pitti's Silver Museum where you can imagine for a while how it must have been to wear or use what were "daily" objects just for the sake of showing them off, to show you could afford them!

Both sides of the oldest bridge in Florence are lined with shops that sell exclusively jewelry. These shops at one time also housed tanners and butchers, since it made getting rid of waste easy: Talk about YUCK - and no concern for nature. In any case, since that created a certain strong smell that the ruling Medici family didn't like as they crossed over the Ponte Vecchio, in the 16th century they ruled that only goldsmiths could have a shop on the bridge and it has been that way ever since! Filigree work by Valentina Caprini If you cross Ponte Vecchio during the day, you should head back along your evening passeggiata stroll to admire the shops all closed up for the night.

Once the shops close down, all the glass window displays are covered with wood, transforming the shops into large wooden jewelry boxes - how appropriate! I would suggest to stay away from Ponte Vecchio as prices there are quite high, even though the quality obviously is also high. Niccolo, R Alessandro is much more than a goldsmith, he is an artist that expresses his knowledge and spirituality in his work. There are rings made in Renaissance style as well as more contemporary designs. You will find something you love here, and know it is a unique, one of a kind work of art Sluts in eshiels will treasure forever.

Penko is known for his wonderful creations and the high quality of everything the shop produces. I actually have his " Ring of Promise " as my wedding band! The style of the workshop is to meld the past with the present, recreating jewelry from the Renaissance as seen in famous paintings but using modern tastes to make them contemporary. They also have an exhibition area but it isn't open all of the time. In December during the holidays, they will be open from the 11th through the 24th in the afternoons from 3 to 8pm and on weekends from 10am to 8pm to give everyone a chance to stop by and buy special handmade gifts.

You can also take several types of workshops with them that last from 1. Additional gift idea is to give a workshop to someone you know would love to try it out. CERAMICS Ceramics were very important in Florence in the Renaissance, particularly when the Della Robbia brothers and their bottega managed to create strikingly brilliant blues, yellows, greens and whites and a clear glaze to decorate their terracotta works of art that can still be admired today inside churches as well as the outside of several buildings think of the orphaned children decorating the Istituto degli Innocenti in Piazza Santissima Annunziata.

Platters, plates, pitchers and more were widely sought after to decorate the most illustrious of homes of the Florentine nobility through the centuries. While ceramics no longer are generally produced directly in town, production continues to surround Florence. Since the Renaissance, the city's major families have commissioned large sets and collections of work in ceramics from Montelupo Fiorentino thus creating the importance of the maiolica style born therefrom Impruneta more widely known for its terracotta production and from Sesto Fiorentino, where local ceramists learned the art of porcelain making.

Ceramics from Florence have been exported all over the world through the centuries, but it is also true that it is not an easy sector. Once you have beautiful sets of plates, do you keep replacing them? Maybe not, but they do make for wonderful, unique presents from Florence as they carry their own unique designs. With their fruits - particularly lemons - I have been buying small platters, olive oil flasks and salt and pepper shakers as great small presents to take to family when I can! The most important thing to note is that if you fall in love with anything ceramics, you shouldn't worry about how to get them back home - just have them shipped!

It generally is not that expensive, particularly if you pay by the size of the box rather than by the weight make sure to ask the shop owner. Traditional Florentine style ceramic pitchers at Ricceri Ceramica Where to go: It produces the classic Florentine designs that were popular in the Renaissance but also quite colorful geometric designs on platters, dishes and pitchers make not on a potter's wheel but with the unique process of stacking "snakes" of clay and building up the item. They ship all over the world with insurance so your gifts are guaranteed to arrive home safely!

When I stopped by, the owner Luca was very kind and friendly, admitting it isn't an easy job but trusts a cousin's son will continue the family tradition. If you wish to visit their workshop in Impruneta, just give Luca a call to setup a time as he's the one that speaks English and alternates between the shop in Florence and the workshop. The Migliori store showcasing a wide variety of items Ceramiche Artistiche Migliori - near Piazza Santa Croce, on Via dei Benci, 39 One of few remaining artisans on this particular street, as there are mostly bars and restaurants here now.

Migliori, another family enterprise, focuses not only on platters with traditional designs, but also reproducing works of art in glazed terracotta. The originals are inside Santa Croce, go and look for them! The shop has articles in all sizes, something will surely catch your eye! Dalila Chessa If you're looking for something a bit more modern and contemporary, you will go for this artist's creations. I saw some of Dalila's cups and plates at a private home recently, found out who made them and decided I had to find her! She has some lovely designs that should find a happy home where ever you choose to gift them to. Contemporary designs on these plates, cups and pitchers from Dalila Chessa 3.

PERFUMES Another tradition born centuries ago back when everyone relied on chemists to concoct healing lotions, syrups, teas and much more - including extracts from flowers, plants and herbs for the pure pleasure of their scent. Today, these can be enjoyed in perfumes for you or a lighter essence for friends, as perfumes are really a matter of personal preference. Very popular are the essences for the home, some shops having decidedly specialized in this area. The beautiful interior of the Aqua Flor shop Where to go: As you know, Italy is only recently by modern times united as a country and you can really see that by traveling into the depths of the smaller towns and cities that often have their own interesting dialect despite being less than kilometers from one another.

I also found the regional rivalry a bit strange until I started studying the history. Which are the top 3 experiences you recommend in Tuscany? Maremma Park - Credit: Giulia Cislaghi There are so many and this is hard for me to limit to only three, but here goes! In Florence, seek local artisans — both contemporary and traditional. While so many people come to Firenze to see the famous art and they should meeting people paving a new path in the city through their craft will let you appreciate this place so much more. It is fascinating to pop into small bottegas workshops and hear the stories of those who have so much to tell. On the contemporary side, I recommend visiting Officina Nora, Erin at Il Torchio book-binder and Sara Arnheim who makes the most beautiful statement necklaces.

On the traditional side all you have to do is head to the Oltrarno, just down the street on via vagellei, I met Mariofrom an ancient printmaking family who binds-books and recounted meeting Martha Stewart on her TV show long ago. Explore Maremma, an area of Tuscany that is quite vast but so varied. It is a great area to base from the tomboli and the food here is fantastic too. Give areas like Carrara a chance, this area known for its famous marble is a wonderful base for those who want to enjoy both the sea and the mountains. I did a tour in the marble caves with the most hilarious guide, Gabriele, who took us to the areas where they excavate the marble and of course we tried the delicious lardo di collonata.

Nearby is the beautifully underrated Lunigiana area, which I adore. The land of so many castles and pasta I love, testaroli. We typically reach the peak and come down to have lunch at the no-frills Ristorante Acone. What is the best way to explore Tuscany and why?

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Served best shaved Locla a plate of scrambled eggs or fresh tagliolini. Castagnaccio, Tuscany's chestnut cake is something that most people I know actually hate because Local girls in florence its semi-sweet flavor and strange texture. It has peasant roots and is made from made a dough of chestnut, water, olive oil, pine nuts, and raisins I like rosemary too and baked. Slightly bitter and not very sweet, I actually can't get enough so please if any of you are making it, I will be a very happy taste-tester. What are the 3 events not to be missed in Tuscany? Truffle-fair in San Miniato.

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