A doorway, an entrance, a threshold, and an opulently decorated door handle: showing flower petals glinting in golden light; light on the waters of a lake. Enrico Cassina blends the Bisazza mosaics placing white and yellow gold on black and white backgrounds, evoking the plays of light during the day and night. Items are named after some of Lake Como’s most magical gems.
A DISTINCTIVE OVAL FORM EMBELLISHED BY A GARLAND OF SMALL LEAVES AND FLOWERS.
THIS HANDLE HAS THE LARGEST MOSAIC AREA OF THE THREE.
THE VILLA OF THE SAME NAME IN COMO HOSTS IMPORTANT CULTURAL EVENTS.
DELICATE AND UNUSUAL: A HALF MOON WITH A LARGE AND PROMINENT FLORAL MOTIF.
THE MOSAIC CREATES A SYMMETRICAL EFFECT.
THE VILLA OF THE SAME NAME IS FAMOUS FOR ITS COLLECTION OF RHODODENDRONS AND AZALEAS.
WITH ITS CLASSIC RECTANGULAR BACKPLATE, THE STRIKING HANDLE IS EXQUISITELY AND RICHLY DECORATED, CREATING AN ITEM WITH A REGAL APPEARANCE.
THE VILLA OF THE SAME NAME WAS ALSO THE RESIDENCE OF LUCHINO VISCONTI.