The Carvers of Italy by Region

Yes, we all wish we had 8 - 10 weeks and 10 - 12 K to travel and search the carvers of any given country. Or maybe take a few trips and go region by region in the quest for briar. If you've ever thought about this, this little guide might help. I've broken down Italy by region, so to speak, with some carvers names from each area. If you ever get to make a trip over, you may be able to plan from this video.

Land in Sicily -

Amorelli
Fili
La Bitta
Sauro

Then a ferry and train to

Calabria

Provenzano
Posella
Quattrochocchio
Calabria

Train north west to

Rome

Becker
Gamboni
Gigliucci
Le Fogle
Mario Grandi
Mastro Beraldi
Richichi

Train towards Bolgona and stop in

Puglia

Mastro Grandolfo

Train to Bologna

Bonfiglioli
Caviccho
DG
Il Duca
Medaglia

Train north east to

Florence

Barontini
Bartoli
Bertinetti
Nidiaci
Corsellini

Train down the east coast to

Pesaro

Catini
Don Carlos
Guidi
Il Ceppo
Jacono
L'Anatra
Le Nuvole
Mastro De Paja
Moretti
Regina Scarlatta
Rinaldo
Ser Jacopo
Lorenzetti

A quick train trip to

Venice

Trangoni

On along towards Amalfi to

Genoa

Baldi
Funambolo
Giordano
Romeo
Baligalupi

Another quick day trip to

Turin

Gilli
La Biota

On to

Milan and set as a base. From here the briar world is your oyster with loads of pearls!!

In Gavirate

Ardor
Bogni
Gigi
Paronelli
Santam Brogio

From Barasso

Armellini
Molina
Rossi
Savinelli

Day trip to

Pontoglio

Viprati

Various day trips out of Milan to

Talimano
Brebbia
Cassano
Cerrato
Enricoro
Fe Ro
Gasparini
Lanzola
Pipa Croci
Sal Mastro

Train north and set up base in Como

Cucciago

Ascorti
Caminetto
Radice

Cantu

Castello

So if you have the time and the cash to make a total pipe visit to Italy, the above should help you out.

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