The company was founded in 1946 in Parma, Italy, a city famous for its incomparable Parmigiano Reggiano cheeses, its Prosciutto di Parma, and its glassware. And now Luigi Bormioli also brings the finest, restaurant quality dinnerware to the table.
Created with the best materials available, the new Michelangelo range achieves an internationally-superior, fine bone china product. A premium glaze formula is fired at high temperatures to produce a vitrified body that is sealed and resistant to common scratches, stains and bacteria. The unique design of the Luigi Bormioli plates features a reinforced ‘rolled’ edge to provide excellent resistance to chipping - so good that there is a 5-year guarantee against rim-chipping on all plates.
Once again Luigi Bormioli manages to bring great design to new-age technology and create something of beauty. How Italian.