All Bosa objects are made entirely by hand using ancient ceramic techniques. Everyday objects turned into pieces of art.
Mr. Italo Bosa is the founder of what we now know as the Bosa ceramics company. More than 30 years ago, he chose the small town of Borso del Grappa, in the Veneto region of northern Italy, to start this business together with his family. This sector of Italy is characterized by the ceramic tradition of the nearby city of Bassano and by the entrance of multiple influences through the port of Venice.
Since its inception, Bosa has been characterized by this double quality of tradition and innovation. Over the years the company has maintained high standards in terms of the manufacture of objects, which are made entirely by hand; but offering many renowned designers the possibility of creating lines or pieces for the firm.
The decorations are hand-painted by master artists with great precision and experience. Noble and precious metals such as gold, platinum, copper and their ranges, applied with a brush, are melted into the enamel during the firing process to guarantee the authenticity of the materials and their durability over time.
Currently the company sells its products to more than 50 countries through a well-oiled sales system with authorized resellers. What is interesting about the Bosa pieces is that ceramics are not only used to make objects traditionally related to this material, but also others, in which the choice seems strange.
Among the designers who have collaborated with the firm are Marco Zanuso jr., Satyendra Pakhalé, Patricia Urquiola, Marco Morosini, Sam Baron, Luca Hay , and Jaime Hayon.