Created in Florence in 1915 by Guido Pieracci, and then transferred to Milan in 1945 by his son in love Carlo Massa. A company with a long history that manufactures high quality leather bags and leather goods. In 1970 the famous sculptor Gio Pomodoro designed the beautiful company logo. This year the company celebrates its 100th anniversary.
The atelier is still located in via Trebbia, in the Porta Romana district, a chic Milanese area. Here in a beautiful and hidden stone courtyard you find the Fontana Milano 1915’s only store. And the company’s headquarter. Actually this is still a family owned company with the latest generation of the Massa family now at the helm.
This wonderful location in Milan is where regular clients and celebrities head to purchase the elegant and understated Fontana Milano 1915 creations.
In the workshop above the boutique designer Roberta Giacobbe creates the unique, distintive high-quality pieces. And here is also where a group of expert craftsmen work to transform each design into a beautiful bag. It is a totally handmade process and only the finest quality leather is selected to create totes and pochettes, men’s leather goods, chic iPad cases, and customized bags.
For the most demanding clients a made-to-order service is available. So if you would like to order your own personal bag, Fontana Milano 1915 is ready to satisfy your wishes with a custom-made bag in any color.
The whole production process is aimed at designing and creating authentic luxury leather products, entirely Made in Italy. Each bag is carefully produced by expert hands with attention to the detail.
The Fontana Milano 1915 designs have personality and are created to be used by women who like and appreciate quality. Each bag express its distinctive aesthetic value and stands out for elegance and quality.
On your next visit to Milan a visit to the Fontana Milano 1915 store should be on your schedule. Order one of their luxurious heirloom-quality pieces and get it customized to make it even more uniquely yours.
More info www.http://fontanamilano1915.com