Maschere classiche – Firenze of Papier Mâché
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Maschere classiche

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Masques classiques en papier mâché. Décoration en blanc, noir, rouge et or.

- Pulcinella di Napoli est un personnage masqué traditionnel de la commedia dell'arte napolitaine, caractérisé par un masque blanc ou rouge avec un long nez crochu et une robe rayée. Il est connu pour sa ruse et sa capacité à chanter et à danser.

- Pulcinella di Venezia est un autre personnage masqué de la commedia dell'arte, mais avec une esthétique et une personnalité légèrement différente de celle de Pulcinella di Napoli. Cette version de Pulcinella est souvent représentée avec un nez plus court et une robe plus élégante.

- Arlecchino Sartori est un personnage masqué de la commedia dell'arte, reconnaissable à son masque noir à bouche ouverte et à son costume à rayures multicolores. Il est connu pour son agilité, sa rapidité et sa capacité à crocheter les serrures.

- Brighella est un personnage masqué de la commedia dell'arte, représentée comme une servante rusée et rusée. Il est souvent reconnaissable à son masque noir et son costume vert foncé.

- Cyrano est un personnage de théâtre français basé sur la comédie "Cyrano de Bergerac" d'Edmond Rostand. Il est connu pour son masque au long nez et son talent d'acteur et de poète.

- Le médecin de la peste est un personnage masqué de la commedia dell'arte, représenté comme un médecin qui tente de guérir la peste. Il est souvent représenté portant un masque noir, un costume sombre et un chapeau conique.

- Pantalone est un personnage masqué de la commedia dell'arte, représenté comme un vieux marchand vénitien gourmand et avare. Il est souvent reconnaissable à son masque blanc au long nez crochu et à un costume rouge foncé ou vert.

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Yes, but what is papier mache?

Papier mache is a crafting technique that involves using a paste made from paper and adhesive to create objects. The paste is applied to a mold or armature, and then layers of paper or other materials are added until the desired shape is formed. Once the object has dried and hardened, it can be painted, decorated, or otherwise finished.

Are your products really made in Italy?

Yes, all of our products are made in our Florentine workshops using traditional techniques and materials. We are committed to maintaining the integrity of the papier mache craft and honoring its history in Italy.

What sets your products apart from other art pieces?

Our commitment to traditional craftsmanship and attention to detail are what set our products apart. Each piece is handmade by skilled artisans using time-tested techniques and the highest quality materials. We also strive to bring creativity and innovation to our designs, while staying true to the art of papier mache.

How should I care for my papier mache art piece?

Papier mache is a relatively delicate material, so it's important to handle your art piece with care. Avoid exposing it to excessive moisture or direct sunlight, as this can cause the material to weaken or fade. You can clean your piece with a soft, dry cloth or a small amount of water and a mild soap, being careful not to soak the surface.

Can I request a custom art piece?

Yes, we welcome custom orders and are happy to work with you to create a unique and personalized art piece. Please contact us with your specific request and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.

Are your products eco-friendly?

Yes, our products are eco-friendly as we use only recycled paper and we also ensure that our production processes have minimal impact on the environment. If you would like us to ship the product in a paper-only packaging let us know in the order.


Fast shipping

We ship with DHL, Poste Italiane and UPS, depending on which is the best option for your destination country. Shipments in Italy usually take 1-2 days, in Europe 3-5 days and in the world generelly up to a few weeks.

Order tracking

As soon as the product will be ready and shipped we will provide you with a tracking code for you to keep updated about the movements of your precious new acquisition.

Get in touch

If you would like to request any kind of variation or personalisation to your order don't hesitate to get in touch with us and/or add a note to your order.

About us

The creative studio

We're Firenze of Papier Mâché, based in Florence, Italy. Our workshop has been creating traditional italian masks and other papier mâché creations since the 1980s. We offer creative imagination and ideas to innovate a represent beauty and emotions using ancient techniques of hand-made papier mâché.

From Mind to Hands

Collaborating with artists has allowed us to experiment with different new techniques, including gold and silver leaf engraving. Our collaboration with sculptors has led to combining masks and sculptures and this allowed the creation of many of our iconic pieces. Our city Florence has inspired us to combine the works of Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci and pay homage to Pinocchio and the Ponte Vecchio.

Crafting Tradition

Our work tools are and remain our hands. In all these years our mind and imagination have travelled extensively but the materials, techniques and faithfulness to a tradition of craftsmanship have remained unchanged. All our creations are made in our Florentine workshops respecting traditional techniques, history and the materials that we use. All these aspects combine to guaranty the highest quality of our products.


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