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1. Pucci ILLYCAFFÈ. in­cludes The espres­soilly Art cups, Col­lec­tion cap­puc­ci­noby Emilio cups with match­ing saucers and mugs dec­o­rated with the pat­terns of six hand­drawn prints, in­spired by ‘Cities of the World’. Florence, Rome, Mi­lan, New York, Lon­don and Paris: a tour of the world in the time that it takes to drink a cup of cof­fee. www.illy.com

2. AR­MANI/DOLCI. These fruit jel­lies are made ac­cord­ing to tra­di­tional Italian recipes and have an ex­tremely high fruit con­tent (50% min­i­mum). Avail­able in apri­cot, lemon, pear, straw­berry and rasp­berry flavours, Ar­mani’s fruit jel­lies come pack­aged in an el­e­gant gift box. www.ar­manidolci.com

3. the VENISSA.Is­land of This Maz­zorbo unique in pro­duc­tVenice hon­ours­from two typ­i­cal tra­di­tions: the wine – made from the white ‘Dorona’ grape, so-called at the time of the Do­ges – and the bot­tle,

based on an idea by fa­mous Mu­rano glass artist Gio­vanni Moretti, dis­play­ing rich dec­o­ra­tions of beaten-gold leaf em­bed­ded in the glass. www.venissa.it

4. INTINI. The jewel in the crown of Italian ex­tra vir­gin olive oils, ‘Cima di Mola’ by An­tico Fran­toio Intini is an ex­cel­lent oil made in the Apu­lian town of Al­ber­o­bello from the high-qual­ity va­ri­ety of olive bear­ing the same name. www.olioin­tini.it

5. CHRISTOFLE. A part of Christofle’s stemware and bar­ware col­lec­tion, these ‘Graphik’ mouth-blown, hand-cut crys­tal gob­lets are char­ac­ter­ized by their lin­ear, con­tem­po­rary de­sign. www.christofle.com

6. D’O. A com­bi­na­tion of a fork, spoon and knife, ‘Passep­a­rtout’ by chef Da­vide Ol­dani is de­signed to pick up ei­ther soft or crunchy in­gre­di­ents, el­e­ments that – to­gether with his sweet and savoury of­fer­ings – com­prise all the dishes of the fa­mous cre­ative chef. An ode to ‘pop’ cui­sine. www.cuci­napop.do

7. pre­servedPECK. Italy’sin Peck’s finest pick­les, in­gre­di­ents sauces are and spicy mus­tard and fruit pre­serves. A gas­tro­nomic work­shop of gourmet spe­cial­ties and an el­e­gant tem­ple of taste in the heart of Mi­lan, Peck’s prod­ucts can also be pur­chased on­line. www.peck.it

8. pro­ducer ACETAIA of GIUSTI. bal­samic From vine­garthe old­es­tin Italy (founded in 1605), Giuseppe Giusti ex­em­pli­fies the ex­cel­lence and qual­ity of this unique prod­uct. Dense, with a sweet af­ter­taste, its won­der­fully rich and fruity bou­quet is en­hanced with hints of honey and vanilla. www.giusti.it

9. CERAMICA ARTISTICA SOLIMENE. Head­quar­tered in Vi­etri sul Mare in the re­gion of Cam­pa­nia, all of Ceramica Artistica Solimene’s ceram­ics are hand­crafted ac­cord­ing to an­cient tech­niques. The clas­sic ‘Decoro Cam­pagna’ line of table­ware fea­tures a mix and match of colours and an­i­mals. www.ce­ram­i­ca­s­olimene.it

10. RUMMO. The ‘Lenta La­vo­razione ® ’ pasta stems from the tra­di­tion and ex­pe­ri­ence of six gen­er­a­tions of mas­ter pasta mak­ers in the district of Ben­evento.

The slow pro­cess­ing meth­ods used by the com­pany en­sure that all the char­ac­ter­is­tics of the best du­rum wheat are pre­served in­tact. www.pas­tarummo.it

11. SALINA DI CERVIA. Unique through­out the world, the ‘Sweet Salt of Cervia’ is a pure ma­rine prod­uct boast­ing unique organolep­tic prop­er­ties. Un­like all other salt, it does not con­tain any bit­ter chlo­rides. www.sali­nadicervia.it

12. cut­ting KNINDUSTRIE board/cen­tre DE­SIGN.piece is The part ‘In-Taglio’of the ‘Glo­cal’ col­lec­tion of ac­ces­sories for the prepa­ra­tion of foods from dif­fer­ent cul­tures. De­signed by Lara Caffi, it fea­tures an un­usual com­bi­na­tion of rough-hewn wal­nut wood and fine stoneware porce­lain tiles de­signed by Pa­tri­cia Urquiola for Mutina. knindustrie.it

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