A unique technical and artistic heritage
From fine floral depictions to painted and decorated objects, discover one of Naples finest traditions.
The Royal Factory of Capodimonte Porcelain was established in 1743 by Carlo III di Borbone, then destined to be one of the main European porcelain schools.
The world-famous Neapolitan porcelain owes its peculiarity to the mixture of feldspar and clays from Southern Italy, which result is a soft dough. Once the dough is fired and painted, the finish is precious and light like glass decorations.